Been away for awhile. Had 2 Gen 1 Tivos, then several DirecTV Tivos. Stuck with the DirecTV dvrs when they went to mpeg4. I miss my Tivos but have been satisfied until the AT&T update to the GUI. It has been the worst conceived and poorly executed software project in my 50 years of software. I am coming back! I have 1 video projector to be sourced from my new Tivo Bolt. The equipment closet has access to coax and cat5 ethernet. I have 3 other tvs with access to coax but most do not have easy access to cat5. My apologies if the following is already answered on this board. I did indeed search first. Now I am trying to get verification that I got it. I believe I need: From Tivo: a Bolt VOX plus 3 minis and a POE filter. (2 of the minis may come from ebay.) From Amazon: Comcast certified modem/router and 2 3-way MOCA certified splitters. I believe the coax connections are the following: service entry to POE filter to 3-way spliter; one connection each to my cable modem, Bolt and the second splitter). Outputs of the second splitter go to my 3 other tvs. The Bolt is also hard wired to my network. From Comcast: new service (150mbps internet, 140 channel tv package) plus a cable card. Some questions: 1. Does my cable connections make sense? 2. Would it be better to install Comcast equipment first and be sure that is working first or should I go direct to Comcast cable card and Bolt? 3. Will the Comcast sales rep know what a cablecard is and provide the right type? Am I better of going to the Comcast service center? 4. Do I need the HD technology package from Comcast? Some on this board say that is unnecessary. 5. Is it worth having a Comcast tech do that part of the install? Can the typical tech deal with the cable card? 6. For the Bolt and Tivo installation; is the included instructions clear and complete (they used to be) or do I need to search here for tips and tricks of the tivo cognoscenti? 7. Anything else I should think about? Thank you in advance!