I have searched for an existing thread on this topic but found nothing. Has anyone found or tried using a cable modem with a built-in MoCA network adapter? Does such a thing exist? That is usable on Time Warner Cable? My cable modem and WiFi router are located away from both of my TiVo boxes (a TiVo Elite and a four-tuner TiVo Premiere). Right now Im using Netgear Powerline 500 adapters (XAV5001) between my WiFi router and one of the TiVos that is the MoCA mothership. The other TiVo and three Minis connect via MoCA only. The setup works well, even for streaming, despite the Powerline weak link, but Im interested in an upgrade that would eliminate the Powerline adapters. I suppose I could get an Actiontec or other MoCA adapter and use it next to the cable modem and WiFi adapter, but that would require adding a cable splitter (combiner?) and I dont know how well that would work. The splitter would have the cable-in connection on its single-terminal side and the cable modem and MoCA adapter on its twin-terminal side with an ethernet cable running from the WiFi router to the MoCA adapter. Would that even work? Much better, it seems, would be a cable modem that includes a built-in MoCA adapter and that would use one coax wall outlet for both. The one example I found with a Google search was the Cisco DPC3827, but its not yet clear to me whether or not it's available at retail (as opposed to being a cable company provided device only). The PDF says its MoCA spec 1.0 whereas the new Actiontec adapters are labeled MoCA v2.0. Bonus question is MoCA catching on or is it not successful? Seems like TiVo is the only application where its used or discussed much.