Lumpenturd wrote:Better broadcom support might be good too; the 43xx is becoming quite common in newer laptops and didn't work with SL until 4.1. Even then, the drivers still had problems connecting to wpa2 networks.
That statement is not entirely correct. For example I have a 5-year old Acer Ferrari 3000 laptop which has a Broadcom 4306 wireless LAN controller, and it works perfectly with SL 4.0-r1 on unencrypted, WEP-encrypted and WPA-encrypted networks (I've not tried it with WPA2 yet). The current status for the open-source driver for the 43xx family is given on the page http://bcm43xx.berlios.de/?go=devices . (The part closed-source ("hybrid") driver from Broadcom supports the 4311, 4312, 4321 and 4322 members of the family.)