Advertisements With the drop to $199 last weekend, I went ahead and bought an Edge. I'd been resisting it due to worries that the final shoe was about to drop on TiVo's traditional DVR service (although I imagine they'll be happy to keep collecting service fees and providing program info until the bitter end), the death of further development of third-party app integration on the box, and the impending death of CableCARDs, but my Roamio Plus has been giving me worrying signs of approaching failure and my family is still addicted to DVRing our cable shows. May be a mistake and I won't get to use it for long, but it's what we're doing for now. Glad I did it for now; the picture is definitely improved on our recent model 4K TV (although still figuring out picture settings, as it comes in rather dark when I've got the HDR on) and it is so much zippier than our Roamio. But I can't get the Edge to work on our MoCA network, and that's problematic with our home's set up. For years, been using successive models of Xfinity gateways (currently the XB7) as a MoCA bridge and the Roamio has had no problem whatsoever connecting as a MoCA client. The Edge will not connect no matter what I try, though, giving me C33 errors. It's connected at the exact same point in the network as the Roamio was and when I swap back to the Roamio it connects immediately, no problem. I tried getting a new splitter with an even broader frequency spectrum (5-2500 MHz), thinking maybe the Edge had less tolerance than the Roamio. No change. Using the exact same settings: MoCA client, automatic channel selection, no encryption key (although if I'm wrong that I can't set up an encryption key when using the Xfi gateway as the MoCA bridge, I would welcome that, too). Any ideas why the Roamio would work so easily on our MoCA network but the Edge won't at all?