Well I tried the probes at different locations, from the highest to the lowest sensitivity setting on my meter, before i posted. Results were the same, infinate resistance. If the Ohms were say less than .05 ohms than this might as well be a copper sheet. If this sheet were even a little bit conductive I would be showing very high resistance, say 500M ohms. Think what you will, but im going with my theory based on my testing that its in no way shape or form conductive. And come on think about it logically, its FOAM, plastic resin with a bunch of airbubbles in it! Motherboards are shipped with this to prevent damage to the solder connections on the bottom. Thats why the foam and the MB are then packed in an antistatic bag. Anyway I do not want to turn my thread into a foam debate. I threw the foam in the garbage because I have no more use for it. Installation now begins. I got the OEM wire harness adaptor and I also bought a OEM antenna adapor. I am going to solder one end directly to my 802.11 card so that it will plug into and use the OEM arial antenna for a wifi antenna :) Keeping everyting bolt in and plug in play is def. a challenge! Wish me luck here goes.