I had CompUSA pricematch Best Buy's $99 price and have mailed in the $30 rebate. If you haven't already bought your Linksys WPC11 card however, your're out of luck, as the rebate only applies to purchases made between Jan 13 and Jan 20.
If anyone has purchased the WPC11 from CompUSA between these dates and would like a copy of Best Buy's price, email me and I'll scan and mail it to you.
I also suggest the access point route, simply for expandability. Plug the AP into a Cable/DSL router, and you can browse the web even if your main PC is off. With an AP, you can talk to any other PC on your wired network.
For ~$350, you get an access point ($250) and PCMCIA card ($100).
For ~$250, you get two PCMCIA cards ($100 ea.) and a PCI adapter ($50).
It's a matter of deciding if the extra functionality is worth an extra $100.
What if the distance between your main PC and your ePods is too great, and the signal strength is low? It would be much easier to relocate the access point than have to relocate your entire PC setup. (I speak from experience; see my posts in this thread: http://www.linux-hacker.net/cgi-bin/UltraBoard/UltraBoard.pl?Action=ShowPost&Board=EpodsOne&Post=277&Idle=0&Sort=0&Order=Descend&Page=0&Session= :)