FYI: 0;0;3;0;9;check wires means that the wireless module cannot be initialized. When it starts up, it does a validation check, if that check fails, you will receive the "check wires" message.
This means you either have the module wired incorrectly or you need to enable SOFTSPI as @ericvdb mentions.
I just went through the exact same scenario and after about 2 days of tweaking, I finally got a "Started!" message.
Hang in there, you'll get it.