So I ordered an Inspiron with an Intel 2915 a/b/g. I wanted the "a" because\nthere is so much 2.4 Ghz sword fighting in my neighborhood (the phone almost\ndoesn't work at all) that I figured having 5 Ghz would be worth having, if\nnothing else than to experiment.\n\nAlso, my 2.4 Ghz phone causes the baby monitor to static up loudly, so\nheck-\-\-it's worth it just to find out.\n\n*BUT* I need a good 802.11 a/g router. I'm assuming that LinkSys still is\nthe name that causes the fewest issues, or is there something esoteric about\nthe Intel wireless signal discipline that makes getting an Intel router a\ngood idea?\n\n*THANKS*\n\n-\-\nHaving a dog that is a purebred does not qualify it for breeding. Dogs need\nto have several generations of clearances for various illnesses before being\nbred. If you are breeding dogs without taking care as to the genetic\nquality of the dog (again, being purebred is *not* enough), you are what is\nknown as a "backyard breeder" and are part of the problem. Most of the\ncongenital problems of present day dogs are traceable directly to backyard\nbreeding. Spay or neuter your pet responsibly, and don't just think that\nyou're somehow the exception and can breed a dog without taking the care\ndescribed.