Hey Everyone, Got my Archos 101 today, updated to 2.2.1 through archos firmware update (over the air / OTA). Side loaded the Android market as well. I was at work and got on the wifi network there, a 802.11 G on channel 6. This evening I got home, both my networks on 5ghz and 2.4ghz were set to N only. (note android doesnt detect 5ghz, only 2.4) -- I was unable to connect I found this info from archosfans.com: Official Statement from Archos on Froyo for Archos Wi-Fi: We have identified 2 issues with Wi-Fi: i) Problem: it is impossible to connect on access points using channels above 11. Workaround: configure the access point to use another channel. Problem already solved internally and will be published in a firmware update very soon. ii) Problem: on some devices wifi gets stuck sometimes with WPA2/AES encryption. Workaround: use a different encryption mode on the access point if possible. We are working with our chipset provider to find a solution. So I said ok... and dropped it to channel from 11 to 10 because I did have a problem and wasn't sure by what they meant saying: "... impossible connect access points above 11". -- no dice So I dropped my N setting to G. -- success I just wanted to plug this for anyone else who got irritated. I spent about 30 minutes retyping my WPA 2 key 5 or 6 times before I realized Im not that error prone! Does this suck? Hell yes, the tech spec for the Archos 101 (and probably Archos 7) says 802.11 b/g/n. I want my N damnit! Good luck all with your new Archos devices! The 101 is great.