While walking back from lunch today i stumbled upon an elusive WU-1a adapter. I've been toying with the idea of buying one but they come in-and-out of stock at Amazon, B&H and Adorama sporadically and i've never got around to pulling the trigger... until now. First thoughts.. Brilliant move on Nikon's part!! I am going to loose this thing in a few hours.. then i have to buy another one!! $$$ cha-ching nikon! its soo small.. ignore the horrible picture from my phone Its about the size of a dime... Even the case is small (about the size of a quarter). I expect this little toy to be lost in my bag, house, desk before the weekend is over. My plans for this wifi adapter are three fold: My daughter as a swim meet out of state the same day my son has his indoor football championship game. I'm going to test the usefulness of using a DSLR on social media (facebook/twitter updates w/pictures real-time for my wife during my sons game*). If it works out i may start using it during the high school games i shoot to provide 'near real time' updates from the field to the teams booster club social feeds. Remote Triggered Bird system. Put the camera next to one of our bird feeders in the back yard (covered with a rain cover to protect from bird-droppings)... Wait on the patio for a target to flutter in.. Take the picture remotely. Nerd Toy! Create my own mobile apps so i don't have to use Nikon's crappy software. Create a desktop app to control the camera from Windows/OSX wirelessly. I haven't even used it yet but IMHO its about $20 more then its worth... I'll be more likely to replace it after i loose it for $39 vs. $59. Does anybody else use one of these adapters (WU-1a or WU-1b)? What are your thoughts? Gimmick? Tool? Toy? * Excuse used to purchase!