So, with the TiVo bolt purchased earlier this week I have a small dilemma:Should I upgrade my Ethernet to MoCA devices from 1.0 to 2.1 based on increased speed? I have a home that the previous owner actually refused to move into until all the builder pulled all the Ethernet cables from the house (it's a long story but suffice it to say we also have a "safe room"). Thank goodness, they left the Coax in place. I knew this when I bought the home and have been living with MoCa as both my entertainment and internet transport. Running my main computer with a MoCa 1.0 device into a switch gives me about 350Mbps. Running with a 2600ac bridge gives me about 280Mbps. I could live with the 280 speed from the ac but, I can't get wireless throughout the house. That aforementioned safe room has steel walls and sits right in the middle of the house. So, I've been running just fine in a house-wide MoCa network. However, I'm paying for Gb service and that's beyond the capability of the Actiontec converters that I now have installed. Does anyone have any specs on the speed difference between MoCA 1.0 and 2.1. I would need 5 MoCA bridges which works out to about $200, but before spending any money I wanted to check and see if anyone in the forum had any experience with the effective speed of both MoCA releases. Thanks.