I had to update the wireless management program on one of our laptops. Out of curiosity, I ran a network survey to see what was around. Good grief, the rest of the neighborhood is still living in the '90s, running WEP . . . or wide-open unencrypted. Not that there is a high risk of someone cracking WEP around here. But AES is now easy enough to run and reduces overhead. As to the unencrypted networks, I didn't bother going in. These are probably the same homes with eleven deadbolts and SOTA alarms.