sbiller, you da man! The photos are great! The gigabit switch is likely used to bridge the MoCA interface to the Ethernet port, it's very likely that the Ethernet port itself is still 10/100, which is a bummer. The lack of a true gigabit port on the premiere is one of the biggest brain dead decisions TiVo made... Edit: I may have spoken too soon, it looks like the Atheros chip has traces leading DIRECTLY to the RJ-45 port on the back of the premier, can anyone verify that the TiVo is linking up at gigabit? If it is indeed linking up at gigabit, can you try a TiVo To Go or KMTTG transfer and see what speeds you get? Anything over 100mbit would be an indication that the TiVo is in fact connected at gigabit speeds AND is enabled in software.