So I've been having tuning adapter issues all summer. After a bunch of experimenting and looking at the diagnostics page, I determined that the tuning failures happen when the tuning adapter is assigning the SDV channel to the higher frequency (741 Mhz), but it doesn't happen when the tuning adapter assigns the channel to a lower frequency (663 or 675 Mhz). From looking at the diagnostics (and for other reasons that I won't go into) it looks like the channel is coming through, but the TiVo isn't able to lock on to the channel properly. The signal level on the 741 Mhz was pretty low (around 77%) while the 600 Mhz frequencies were in the mid to upper 80s, so I figured maybe the signal level was too low. I have a 3-way splitter with a stronger output and 2 weaker outputs, and the cable modem was on the stronger output. I switched the TiVo/TA to the stronger output and the signal levels did improve (741 Mhz varies between 81 and 83%) and the tuning failures now happen less frequently, but they still occasionally happen. The only other way I can think of to boost the signal to the TiVo (without some kind of powered amp) would be to remove the 2-way splitter that splits the cable between the TiVo and TA, but that's obviously problematic. But it occurred to me that the TiVo and TA don't really need to be in the same room, except for the fact that they have to be connected via a USB cable. Other than stringing a really long USB cable through my house so I can have the TiVo and TA located at different outlets (which isn't really feasible), is there some way to have the TiVo and TA connect wirelessly over some kind of wireless USB bridge? Does such a thing even exist?