http://www.amazon.com/N53SV-XV1-15-6.../ref=de_a_smtd Great notebook for the most part but the wireless card must be the worst POS out there. Also the documentation is pretty bad. I have a 4 year old lenovo R61 with an Intel 4965AGN Wireless N card. For the most part i really like the asus labtop and got it because of the ability to put up to 16GB of ram into it. My wireless router is a Dlink DIR-655. When i look at the connection speed of my lenvo its telling me 130 Mbps. The asus notebook has an atheros AR9002WB-1NG card. Its telling me the connection speed is 150Mbps. I noticed last night it was taking forever to download stuff from the internet. For example i went to go to install acronis trueimage. Acronis checks for a new version and ask you if you want to instead download the new version and install that. I told it yes of course. It took like 40 minutes.....and its something that generally is very fast (less than 3 minutes). I decided this morning to decide to download acronis trueimage manually from the browser (its about 160mb). It told me a time estimate of 35 minutes. I have a fast 25Mbps comcast blast service. So i go to my lenovo labtop and try to download it....it downloads it in less than 2 minutes. I try the same thing on a variety of other sites and the same thing. I can download stuff fast (going through the same router) on my lenovo but asus takes forever. I tried to download the lastest version of my wireless drivers at asus: http://support.asus.com/download/Download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us but of course they don't even have the atheros drivers...just intel wireless drivers. Sure i could try to swap the wireless card out with an intel card but i'm not willing to do that for a brand new notebook when the wireless card should at least be able to keep up with my cable connection especially when the docs for the asus is horrible. They don't even tell what kind of ram is compatible with the labtop or how to upgrade it. Had to go to crucial.com to find out. I'm really thinking on returning it. I've only had one labtop before (lenovo R61) and didn't know an aftermarket wireless card could be so bad. What do you guys think? Edit: Forgot to say i'm using WPA2 with AES but that shouldn't matter.