Quick & to the point. I'm an IT engineer who knows of but never owned Tivos. In my new house I have FiOS but the place I want my 2 TVs has no Coax or Ethernet run nearby. I'm leasing so I will have to jump through hoops for permission to run cables and likely wait for an "authorized installer" even though I could easily do it myself. A frustrating red tape PIA. So I was thinking... I already have a Wireless AC2400 router. I could place an AC1300 bridge at the main TV which could be as little as 2' away from the router with a wood floor in between. The 2nd TV would be about 20' away with two walls in between and there is already an AC1300 bridge and local Ethernet switch there for a computer. My question is, is it feasible to put a Tivo Roamio Pro in the basement (where there is both FiOS Coax MoCA and Cat6 Ethernet), leave it without a permanent TV connected, and use Minis at both TV locations via Wireless AC Ethernet? It *should* have enough bandwidth to stream. Yes, I know it isn't supported by Tivo but I pretty much only need support when I need to change something I don't have access to. What I don't know is if I'm going to have issues with any Tivo functionality by accessing the Roamio entirely through Minis. Can someone tell me if that will be a problem or not? Is there anything that can only be done at the Roamio and not the Mini?