Hi All, I'm brand new here, just trying to learn something because we are going to try wireless internet. As such, I have a question that I hope someone who knows something about wireless can help me with. We live on the Kenai Peninsula, south of Anchorage. We currently have cell phone service with ACS, have had for several years. We live out of town, so we don't use our cell phones very much. Around here, as soon as you get out of town, the signal goes down, and if you get even a mile or two off the main highway, the signal is usually gone completely. Standing in an upstairs window, we get reasonable cell reception on a Motorola V323i (3 bars). Start driving to town, and you lose it on the first downhill. We also have ACS dialup internet, and it's slow, very slow. 26-28 kbps. Getting kicked offline is common. So we're looking into wireless internet. We talked to both ACS and GCI ( they use Cellular One), and tried out the Sierra Wireless 860 aircard with GCI's Cellular One network. It worked pretty well, again, upstairs, and should I mention we have metal siding? Cross country, we're about 2.5 miles from the highway, which is where everybody concentrates their cell coverage, as far as I know. Question: given these circumstances, any ideas on which would be better, GCI/Cellular One's GSM system, or ACS's CDMA system? Thanks for any help on this!