I still have a Droid Eris. It is rooted and makes an excellent 3G hotspot. Laptops and iPads can connect through it to the Internet, even up to 60 ft. away. My ASUS Transformer (TF) finds the hotspot and the SSID, but won't connect even when the hotspot is configured to be open and unencypted. WiFi Analyzer, running on the TF, finds the signal just fine and shows it as a very strong and stable signal, but the TF still won't connect, simply reporting that the signal is "out of range". Even trying to add a network and manually entering the SSID doesn't help. This really screws up my travel plans. I have excellent WiFi at home and at the office and the TF connects easily to both, but I was intending to use the 3G hotspot when traveling. Maybe even when driving ... the TF would be a giant Google GPS via 3G tethering. Does anybody have any idea how to connect a TF to a 3G hotspot?