So I've been looking into getting MoCA and have to admit to being a little confused. I'm an IT guy, but not a network guy so some of this stuff is a little confusing to me. At my main TV I've got a new Elite (with the built in MoCA bridge). That's also where my Comcast cable modem and wireless router are. My second TV just has a Tivo Series 3 connected by wifi. I know that the Elite has a bridge, but for the life of me can't figure out how to connect the wires. It seems like standard moca set up is that my coax would come from the wall into a 3rd party bridge, then out to the cable modem (coax). Cable modem via cat5 to the wireless router. Coax out from moca bridge to Tivo. 2nd Tivo would have coax out from wall to 2nd MoCa device, then coax out from that to the Tivo. But since the new Tivo has the bridge built in, which devices would this eliminate? Since it's connected to the same jack as my cable modem does it really help me? I could see it eliminating the device at the 2nd jack but don't really see how it could go inline at the main TV. If you can help my confusion, thanks!