[citation][nom]pbrigido[/nom]I think I'll wait for the next generation of 802.11. My wireless N experiences have been somewhat disappointing. I'm not too impressed with the speed and range, so to spend $250 on this doesn't seem to practical for me.[/citation]
With wireless N you get what you pay for. There are some crappy 2.4s on the market, and some marginal 5s out there as well (though most 5s are good). However I have seen some great wireless N devices as well. $250 may be a bit much, but spending $75 will get you something much more pleasant than wireless G.
Of course it will not speed up slow internet, so it defeats the point to get anything other than wireless G unless you have a speedy connection to boot (or if you transfer files over the network a lot).