You talk about different screens. Did you note that Linksys has different software for desk top and lap top computers - the screens are different and the functionality is different. I set up a Linksys system thinking that Cisco is a good company. I started with a system that had a WiFi router and four desk tops that are on carts to move around the small school. Worked great. Then the Executive Director of the school decided that her lap top should have access also. I got the Linksys card and it did not work. Linksys support was nearly useless. The setup was different than on the desk tops. The documentation did not cover all the options. I tried a D-Link card after the third Linksys card did not work. It works fine. Indidently, the Linksys did not work on another netword where I tested it until I uninstalled their software. Then it worked (using the Microsoft support for wireless). Unfortunatly, all the schools computers are on Win98, so they do not have the support in the operating system for WiFi. I think if I had it to do over, I would just try some other vendor than Linksys.