I'm looking at upgrading the backbone of my coax plant. Current MoCA configuration is pretty basic- three drops- one for a Bolt, one for MiniVox, and the third as the ECB at the router. Using a TiVO ECB, the Bolt and MiniVox can run at MoCA 2.0 rates. My transmit power from all three nodes is -27dBm: the devices are not working that hard. PHY link rates are ~ 670 mbps (around 480 mbps MAC rate). I am in the process of adding three Motorola MM1000 Bonded 2.0 MoCA adapters, running ethernet from those to Bolt and the MiniVox. Using a different subnet configuration, you are able to log into the MM1000 adapter to pick up link rate details. With two of the adapters installed, I was curious what the new link rates would be, but I find no improvement in the PHY rate with only two of the adapters on the network. I thought, at first, that running the Bolt in MoCA mode was dropping the speed for the entire MoCA network (that shouldn't be the case), so I powered down the Bolt, and polled the rates with just the two new devices connected. The PHY rates and transmit power is essentially the same as the unbonded 2.0 devices (see attached screen capture). Am I off-base here to expect that the reported PHY rates will increase with the use of bonded devices? Or is the rate only showing for one channel, not combined? Any ideas? The devices are set for Band D extended, running on RF channel 1150. The Coax plant has a one 3x1 splitter, a Holland brand MoCA rated splitter. I can post a diagram of the plant, but I think most folks here have seen it. If I can't get bonded rate link speeds, I'm going to return the MM1K's- I'd just assume not have to open the third and install it, if the speed improvements aren't going to happen. As always, thanks in advance.