Advertisements First off, let's all agree that Edge for antenna does not have MoCA, which most of us only realize after buying and returning a 2-tuner TiVo Edge for Antenna from Channel Master (from the TiVo web page link) and then purchasing a 4-tuner TiVo Edge for Antenna from Amazon. Why, because the 2-tuner Edge doesn't work with the new mini's. Secondly, I want to point out that the illustration of how to set-up a MoCA setup for the TiVo Edge for Antenna in the Tivo Knowledge base is flat out wrong, see attached (TiVo Knowledge - MoCA Setup - TiVo Edge for Antenna). It simply does not work. I set it up their way and it didn't work. I have redrawn their wiring using my equipment in my home and then constructed the wiring per my drawing of TiVo's instruction, see attached (0 - MoCA Layout-Page-1). It did not work. Then, I just thought, what is a MoCA network Bridge trying to do? It's trying to combine a over-the-air (OTA) TV signal with an internet signal to produce a MoCA (Multimedia over Coax Alliance) signal. So, I just connected the roof-top antenna coaxial cable to the coax input of the TiVo Bridge Plus, then connected a CAT-6 ethernet cable from my router to the RJ-45 input of the TiVo Bridge Plus. The coaxial output from the TiVo Bridge Plus is connected to a MoCA rated (5-2300 MHz) 3-way splitter for sending MoCA signals to 3 of my TV's. My office TV connects wirelessly to the router via WiFi Mesh to retrieve a MoCA signal. See attached (0 - Moca Layout-page 2). It works flawlessly. I hear a lot about TiVo customers being less than satisfied with TiVo's customer service/Tech support during the years since it was bought by Xperi Holding Comapanies (XPER on Nasdaq Global Select Market) but this is the first time I have actually proved conclusively that their advice is flat out wrong. Let the Good-Times roll!