We checked into an rv park last week and my first question was, "Is the Wi-Fi good?" "Oh, yes!", she says, "We have great Wi-Fi!" And then she adds, "Except when it's not working. But when it's working, it's really good Wi-Fi." It wasn't..... The whole three days. But I'm sure it was *GREAT* Wi-Fi, *IF* it was working. On the other hand, we checked into a park this afternoon and again I asked about the Wi-Fi. The guy shook his head and said "It's hard to get Wi-Fi anywhere in the park. If you do get on, you get kicked off a lot." I was disappointed, but, well, that seems to be the story at a lot of parks this summer and there's a McDonald's down the street. I fired up and Wi-Fi has been working strong and fast and steady for two hours. I hit the jackpot, at least tonight. Too bad I'm not in Vegas. I would, just once, like to see an rv park's website say "Yes, we DO have Wi-Fi, but frankly it sucks, and we know it sucks, but if you complain, we're going to tell you it must be your computer's fault because our Wi-Fi works just fine and you're the only person who has ever complained about it."