I've been in the IT field for almost 3 years now and I've worked in desktop support in an enterprise environment for most of this time. I now work for a small MSP where I get to work on servers and other technologies but is primarily desktop and servers. I've been here about six months now and I primarily work in Windows environments. I started to re-evaluate my interests and I came accross the CWNP program which I found very appealing. I purchased the new CWNA guide and I plan on taking the test in about 5 months. I like the math and physics approach to these certifications and that's what got me hooked, I find Wi-Fi very fascinating overall and how all this communications takes place in the air so to speak. Any feedback on how to get into the Wi-Fi field and land a good entry level job would be greatly appreciated.