Just wanted to share my experience in using a Verizon Actiontec MI424WR rev E router to network my Tivo Mini's.
I know this has been discussed on various threads, but thought I could clarify things that I have learned in my research.
1. Bought a MI424WR rev E from ebay for less than $25 shipped. If you buy a MOCA adapter from Tivo it will cost over $60 shipped -- and TIVO is the cheapest place to buy a MOCA adapter for some reason.
2. The MI424WR rev E is a Verizon wireless router with multiple lan ports, wireless G and MOCA networking capabilities. Despite what I have read in various places, the specs describe this rev as having only MOCA 1.0, not 1.1. This version is cheaper than later versions I have seen on eBay, however.
3. The router is apparently not that great on the wireless side, so I disabled it and use it as a simple MOCA bridge.
4. I have a Roamio basic connected in my AV stack to the internet via a Powerline Networking adapter which is connected to a simple switch which then connects to my Tivo, WDTV and other items. The Powerline adapter works just fine in streaming Netflix and so I don't want to change it out.
5. I followed the directions on setting the MI424WR as a bridge from the AVS forum thread here: http://www.avsforum.com/forum/36-hom...ge-all-41.html
6. Once I followed the directions to set up the MI424WR, I plugged the MI424WR into a coax cable from a splitter near my Tivo, plugged a cable into one of the Ethernet ports and plugged the other end into the nearby switch and powered it up.
7. Attached coax cable to my Tivo Mini. Told it to use MOCA and it just worked. Fast response, easy to use.
Hope this helps someone.