Hi there, now before anyone comes back and tells me to use the search, because this has been posted before, I did. I spent hours scrolling through posts trying to find something relevant, and couldn't. Now maybe I am not good at defining my search, but that's another issue. I did try. So here's my question. Can I connect to my Wii to my desktop PC, and is there any point in doing so? What other benefits/options could it provide? (maybe play MP3's from the PC through the TV surround Sound etc, etc??) I have a Motorola SBG900 Wireless Surfboard, the PC connects to the modem via a Netgear WG111 USB adapter (802.11g) The Wii connects to the modem (although Nintendo says it's one of the modems that may not work, I did have to change it to channel 1) My Wii is setup perfectly, I can play, surf, email etc. Also, the Netgear software now takes care of the Network Connections, so the Windows XP's connection wizard is disabled. The Netgear does not find the Wii's signal when I asked it to search for nearby wireless networks. If anyone has played with this sort of connection, I would love to hear from them. Just be careful, I am very good at making it sound like I know a a bit more than I do ! Cheers. Quack!