It's actually the same if I use ndiswrapper or the native bcm43xx driver. It sees the available networks fine. It tries to connect, gets close, but fails. If I use Wicd to connect instead of NetworkManager, it works perfectly. I would just use Wicd, but the tray applet is poor, and it doesn't notify apps like Gaim of network status changes, so they have connection problems. But again, this has to be fixable, because it worked perfectly in 6.10. If Linux Mint can get this fixed, you will be famous. Ubuntu doesn't give two cents.