Hello, Having no experience with the concept, I managed to hook up an old 600Mhz Celeron with G wi-fi card and a Voodoo 3 video card to the TV with an S-Video cable and a computer speaker to TV audio input cable. Besides edge distortion and the resolutions that are available with the newest drivers 800X600 is the only one that will display the full screen. Takes up about the middle 3/4's of the TV display with wavy edges. Firefox and IE6, the versions that will run on the only operating system I had available W2000, have the display in the browser box too big to see the whole display, which is set at full visible screen size. Zooming out brings the display fully inside the borders of the browser, but know you can't read the print. Also for some reason any such as YouTube video, crashes when expanded to full screen display on 3 browsers IE6, Opera 10 and Firefox 3.6. I am getting excellent signal strength from my main computer upstairs. Hooked up to DSL @ 6Mbps. While watching a Youtube video on the lowest resolution, I get moderately often lags while it catches up. At 480 it is impossible to watch. Freezes constantly, audio and video continue. Hulu videos are impossible to watch. Netflix has a wireless adapter for $89 @ 54Mbps. To get to N standards the price goes up to IIRC $149. If they are selling the $89 model is only 802.11G speeds, how can it give me better performance than what I set up? Is it possible to get data @ 6Mps and watch a movie clearly and without stuttering? Am I missing something? Thanks pascal Wanna kill these ads? We can help!