A friend of mine is about to purchase a wireless router for his home to connect to the internet with 2 computers, his and hers. He was told by a Best Buy sales person to buy the more expensive 802.11g since it connects to the internet so much faster than the old 802.11b. I told him to save his money and purchase the 802.11b which is so much cheaper now. I told him that I "don't think" the speed differential in the routers affects the internet connection speed. Was I correct ? If so, can you point me to a link that he can read for himself where it explains based on testing why. If not, than point me to a link that proves 11g is faster connecting to the internet.