Strangely enough, my internet connection is faster than my internal 802.11g WiFi network.
My internet connection is > 25 Mbps. My "54 Mbps" 802.11g WiFi maxes out at around 22-23 Mbps, and drops below 20 Mbps in the same room but 15 feet away. At a more significant distance it may drop below 10 Mbps. (I don't use "Super G" 108 Mbps since my Macs are not compatible with that, as it's non-standard.)
The good news is that Netflix HD should be less than 10 Mbps, but obviously if your internet connection is only say 6 Mbps to begin with, then your internet connection would be the limiting factor unless you're sitting very far away from the WiFi access point.
OS X: 27" iMac Core i7 870 | 13" MacBook Pro C2D 2.26 P8400 + SSD | 13" MacBook C2D 2.4 T8300 + SSD
iOS: iPad Air 2 | iPad 2 | iPhone 5s
Windows: X3400 Athlon II X3 435 | 11.6" 1810TZ Pentium SU4100 + SSD | Revo R3610 Atom 330 + SSD
Android: Nexus 7 (2012)
Last edited by Eug; 05-08-2011 at 11:48 AM.