Advertisements I hope someone finds those definitive posts so that I can become as convinced as you are. I followed your link (and another) to end up here and read posts. In particular, message #14 which includes the following: "After I repeated tests to make sure that the downstairs was still working fine and living with it for a couple of hours I then went back and plugged the ethernet into the back of the Roamio to feed the other devices in the AV cabinet. At this point, the network panel started saying that it was using "MoCA + ethernet" even though I hadn't told it to bridge. I'm hoping that doesn't mean it will start trying to take over the MoCa network, but all my testing showed that the MoCa to the downstairs is still working fine." If you read the entire thread, it sounds like setting "Connect using MoCA" while devices are connected to the ethernet port results in the TiVo automatically changing the connection to "Use this DVR to create a MoCA network" in order to bridge the signals. Unfortunately, I only have one TiVo with built-in MoCA bridging, so I can't do any experiments to verify any of this on my own.