I understand there are lots of issues with WiFi. I realize you can't please evryone. I know that trees, and ducks and UFO's all interfere with the signal, and no campground can have WiFi everywhere. This is all ok with me. Ten years from now, I believe anyone who doesnt have it will be wondering why they are sitting empty on a holiday weekend, but that is my personal opinion, and neither here nor there. My latest beef is with the number of places that pretend to offer WiFi, but have little or no understanding of what it really is. When I call a campground and ask if they have WiFi, and they say "What's that?" that is one of my first clues. When my wife answered this question with the standard answer "Internet Access" recently, the nice lady said: "Oh yes, we have that, let me get it for you... here its www.camp....(she proceded to give her the web site URL for the campground)...... " At this point my wife was laughing too hard to continue the conversation. I spent over an hour today, helping a campground manager set up his router and repeater. He had them but they were set up in unlikely positions, and were of little or no value. Now, I am typing this message on that very network. Yesterday, there was no access, although he advertised WiFi. Recently I had to teach a desk clerk how to reset a modem. I have had to reset, or reboot more modems, routers, and repeaters since going on the road, than I ever did at home or at the office. I think it is exciting that people are getting on the band-width-wagon. Hopefully, as we progress, we can teach those who are actually trying to keep up with the times all we can to help them, and those who are making a token effort just for the marketing will be left in the dust. Don't ever give up!