As I await my Bolt (OTA), I am looking for any suggestions that might help the next installation. Recently, I purchased the bolt for $219.99 and the lifetime for this device at $179. I am cancelling my monthly $14.99 monthly plan on my Series 5 (Tarvos) Roamio which is currently connected to a Frontier(Verizon) Fios gateway router G1100. I am also cancelling Frontier ISP service 100/100 Mbps for $146 all tax incld for all channels with cable card- but that rate ends. and getting rid of the same commercials for the last 3+ years.(I kid you not but sorry for the digression). The ONT port for FIOS stays on my house if i choose to move back to them as an ISP and the Ethernet (to the ONT) in the wall be untouched for potential future use. I purchased equipment keeping in mind future switches. I am moving to Comcast Xfinity for internet monthly$70 for 250Mbps (1 yr contract and autopay). I have 4 minis - two purchased from TIVO -invoices says Mini 2 TV streaming Device (Leo3) TCDA 93000 _ two from Amazon TDCA 93000 ( no reference to Leo3) I use the Moca to connect these. I'm not sure how the Moca is established by the gateway router (probable) or the Roamio 5. I will use my new Netgear CM1000 modem which is connected to Xfinitiy at this moment (and working although I could not get the Moca with the Actiontec ECB2500's MoCa adapters or the fancy moca splitter (Amphenol IPGH3M4-VF) the comcast guy gave me). I have a hunch my previous set up did not have the Roamio as a moca start but it was the Gateway Fios router. I have a TP-Link AC4000 Archer20 router (which has no coax but latest/greatest) connected and working to the modem. (the cost of the 2. bridges vrs the bolt made the bolt purchase easier) I also use on the current lan in the office an Actiontec 3000N router with radios on for extender and plug into into ethernet for connection to desktop and printer. On hand, I also have a Arris model 1682G which I was thinking of replacing actiontec router because it's 2.0, I think. But I have to figure out how to make it a slave but also use the radios for extender (don't care if seperate SSID's). and maybe the older actiontec can be used for the furtherest. It's difficult to open the router when it's downline. On hand also, an old D-Link dsl2750B So I want my moca to be very fast and wifi spread throughout. The comcast people assured me they a POE filter in input line. OK, sorry for excess verbiage, but that's my set up as I await my bolt arrival. OH yeah, my workman friend installed my bowtie antenna on my roof and off a 38 foot latter. One facing Tampa roughly 48 miles and Fort Meyers Fl roughly 48 miles, along with amplifier. The pointing will be addressed with the bolt.