stick to your original thread? It can get confusing with two of them running.
To answer your questions:
Linksys have launched their new WAP54G wireless G access point which, they claim, is almost five times faster than the existing wireless B products commonly in use. The good news is that the WAP 54G is backwards compatible with wireless B products, so if you already have these you don't need to fork out for new wireless adapters when you buy the WAP54G.
You can get the new hardware now from
click here for £99 plus VAT
As far as the Belkin adapters are concerned, if you can get a cheaper deal then by all means do so. I use the Belkin USB adapters, not the internal type, and so I can't comment on quality as far as they're concerned (internal PCI). Belkin is a name that is well-known for quality, although on my laptop I use a Linksys PCMCIA card adapter. It works superbly - far better than the Linksys external USB adapter that I tried for a while.