11n FUD? How interesting. The manufactures of 11n devices make up the majority of the standards committee. They aren't going to add new hardware requirements to the standard. Finalization is simply a matter of bureaucracy. Meanwhile, have you noticed how all the devices interoperate now? Did you spot the Wi-Fi certifications? It's already a working standard.
Do you honestly expect your AP to stop working with your laptop when they file the final papers? Will the backward compatibility with 11g and 11a disappear? No. And FYI, the final standard standard will work with draft 2.0 too. Your concerns were valid with pre-N equipment, but now it's unfounded.