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, I find wired Ethernet to be vastly superior to WiFi,

But you are probably not a typical user.

If you have a 10 or 20 Mbit/sec internet connection, and your 802.11N is running at 144 Mbit/sec, switching to Ethernet won't really make a difference.

Only if you're slinging bits between devices within your network does it matter. (I have gig ethernet in my home, but I'm far from the typical user.)
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