Was a former user of PCLOS 2007, then was swayed to Mandriva 2008.1. In the newest release of PCLOS 2009 while having the Live CD running in your optical drive, I thought I'd try to connect wireless to the internet. In setting up my Broadcom wireless card ( which is notably the worst out there if you laptop has one ), I selected the install driver with ndiswrapper option and was presented with a window. If your wireless card is not recognized and you have to resort to ndiswrapper for it to get it active, Drakconnect presents you a whole list of preloaded drivers such as airplus, bcmwl5, bcmwl5a,rt5200, net5211 and many more. There is a good chance that your specific driver is in that list (well mine is, having a Broadcom 4312 wifi card, i use the bcmwl5 driver).
This is a real nice feature and I think it should be incorporated into the Granular Live CD. Should anyone desire to run a Live CD of Granular, this feature would, IMHO, sway them to run Granular Linux. I will try and post a screenshot of that window here as soon as I can.