I have the Roamio Pro and am using it to setup a MoCA network so that I can connect a few TiVo Minis and everything is working fine for the most part. I get 350/20 internet speeds from TWC in my area and I do see these speeds when connected via ethernet to my router or via 5G WiFi if I'm reasonably close. I have a brand new high end gaming PC upstairs that is just a bit too far from the WiFi router to get 350mbps speeds so I bought the Actiontec Bonded MoCA 2.0 Ethernet to Coax Adapter (Amazon.com: Actiontec Bonded MoCA 2.0 Ethernet to Coax Adapter (ECB6200S02): Computers & Accessories) so that I could get the full speeds via hardwire connection to my MoCA network. Problem is that I'm only getting about 120Mbps speeds and I can't figure out why or how to fix this. I am using a MoCA certified splitter and have a POE filter installed at my drop into the house and my house is relatively new. I can get the 350Mbps speeds if I attach the modem to this Coax upstairs but just can't get it via MoCA. Is it possible that the speed limitation is coming from the Roamio? My next to is to ditch using the Roamio to create the MoCA network and instead buy another Actiontech bonded MoCA adapter to see if that resolves the issue but curious if others have any input or ideas?