http://research.microsoft.com/netres/projects/virtualwifi/ This looks very interesting. Finally we can assign a single physical wireless adapter multiple configurations so that it can use multiple independent 802.11b/g signals. The ability to do this has been available to the wired NIC for a long time although not many people use it. But with wi-fi, this may change because unlike the wired NIC, wi-fi is cableless which is the reason why this multi-homing feature is not popular with wired NIC. I mean the prospect of running cable from multiple WAN sources to your router is messy. But with wi-fi, there are no cables. This means you can finally have you and your neighbors pool all the different WAN signals and achieve ultrafast Internet speeds. Anyone here has the opportunity to try this out? Where I live, there is only one Wi-Fi signal which is mine so I cannot do this. But if you and your neighbors are in good speaking terms, you should give this Virtual Wi-Fi technology a shot. For example, if your neighbor works day and you work night, then you can pool both wireless signals during the day when your neighbor does not use his, and your neighbor can pool the signals at night when you are not home and not using your own Internet connection. I did say you and your neighbor should be in good speaking terms. This sharing of the Internet connections can get ugly if the people involved are not friendly and reasonable.