Regarding streaming Netflix speed. Some programs come in great, some are very choppy. In that they keep stopping, allowing for the content to feed, and continuing on. It's irritating as hell.
I've seen lots of talk about this and ran several tests in my house using time Warner Cable speedtest link...http://www.timewarnercable.com/north...speedtest.html
My desktop, which is wired, will generally download between 15-18 (low of 11.4, high of 25.5!) Mbps. My laptop, which is connected via Wireless G, is 5-8 (low of 5, high of 9) Mbps.
So the wired speed is (generally) twice as fast, at least.
To wire the Sony BDP-S570 would mean connectors through a wall, which I can do, but this seems like a situation where a Wireless N upgrade might help, does it not? Is it reasonable that it would close the gap between my Wired vs Wireless speed.