Advertisements I currently have Time Warner and am considering a move to Fios. My question is can I do what I do now with cable. Without a lengthy explanation of my setup, I will just mention that I am using 2 Tivo series 3 and 1 series 2, 2 cable amplifiers, and a lot of splitters. TV's are in each of the 4 bedrooms, in the garage, workshop, bathroom, office, living room, and 2 in the back yard. Every TV has a choice of either of the series 3 tivos, a DVD changer, or straight cable, thanks to a 4-way switch box. To give you a sample of that: my garage TV has a choice of those 4 inputs. That signal from the switchbox goes to almost all TV's-the exceptions are my living room TV can see any input separate from the switchbox as can my sons room, and my wifes sewing room. In other words those 3 rooms are independent of the switchbox and the other 8 TVs will watch whatever is selected on the switchbox. This system works well given there are only 3 of us living in the house. Also the 11th TV is in the backyard and gets its programming from the series 2 tivo via MVR from the series 3 tivos (no cable available). The 2nd backyard tv gets its shows from the switchbox. I am very happy with my setup but timewarner is expensive and I am now considering fios. Can this system be done with fios? To give you an example of my garage tv--The signal comes in and is split with the internet-it is then split to go to tivo (&lified) and comes out to a switchbox and is amplified a second time, BTW, all tvs have a great picture. Comments, please?