Advertisements Fresh new build home. I will have internet only on a dedicated line/coax. Want to cut the cord on TV. I'm having an attic antenna installed above the garage. This line will come down and split to all the other coaxs in the home excluding the one dedicated for internet. No more splitters elsewhere in the home, but I do suspect my main splitter in the garage will be amplified due to the distance of the runs throughout the house to six locations. Enter a Romeo OTA in the main living room that will have direct Ethernet to router and coax for the OTA in the garage. Pretty simple. Next a Mini TiVo in a close room that will also have a direct line to the router via Ethernet. More or less my home is mostly networked with cat 5. This Mini box in room 2 will be plugged in to the same router as the main Romeo and as I understand that's all, no coax needed right? Ethernet and power and it's up and running. So far this should be easy, BUT I made an error in my Ethernet location in one room (room 3). So on this tv in this 3rd room I want a 2nd Mini TiVo, but I would need to use this MOCA setup on it. All I have near this TV is one of my main coax lines (one of the six that is receiving live OTA from that attic antenna like all the other lines in the house). I don't technically plan on hooking up this coax in this 3rd room to the TVs antenna input per se. I'm assuming I'll be using this coax only for the MOCA loop/connection on the mini. As said earlier this coax does go back to the garage where all coaxs marry up to the attic antenna. So how Smart is this equipment? One Mini on Ethernet input only, one Mini on coax mocha input. Am I going to have issues? Need filters or is this pretty straight forward? Thanks for any advice!