I've had FIOS (TV/Internet/Phone) for about a bit less than a week now. I'm getting some minor audio/visual TV dropouts on certain stations. I've been checking my RS Uncorrected numbers on a regular basis, and they are often not zero. (Although the RS Uncorrected numbers are not zero, they generally are in the hundreds, not the thousands.) My dropout problems are minor, but still reasonably annoying. ----- My question: Will connecting the ONT to the Actiontec via Ethernet and disabling MoCa likely get rid of my dropout problems? I have no Verizon STB. My entire internet setup uses wifi. It seems as if there is nothing I would lose by going from the ONT to the Actiontec via Ethernet rather than via Coax. I'd love to avoid learning the details of the whole attenuator / low-pass filter shebang if I can. And if just ditching MoCa is an easy solution here, that's my ticket. ----- Assuming disabling MoCa is a solution for the TiVo/FIOS interface woes, a couple of minor questions: - I can choose between using my three year old Belkin router and Verizon's Actiontec to receive the Ethernet cable from the ONT, right? - I need to call Verizon and tell them to disable the MoCa and enable the Ethernet, right? Anything else I need to tell them? If disabling MoCa isn't the solution to my problems, I'll start studying up on attenuator/filter issues or just decide to go back to my cable company, but that's for another day. ----- Also, is it normal to have non-zero RS Uncorrected numbers? Should I expect the RS Uncorrected numbers to be zero?