I am trying to make multi-room streaming work with an Elite and a Premiere XL. When I first got the elite, I set it up next to the premiere. I used a sling turbo over my electrical outlets to connect them to the network. Sitting right next to each other and using the same sling turbo, MRS went smoothly. When I moved the XL upstairs, however, MRS stuttered and was unusable - looking and acting just like I was trying to watch a program during a transfer using multi-room viewing. FYI - I did do a MRV transfer and TIVo says transfer speed of 11.7 MBS. SO - I am trying to figure out whether and how to use Moca. The diagrams on the Tivo website make it look like I would need to run a coaxial cable from my cable modem to a MOCA bridge. Is that correct? My cable modem has only one coaxial input - for cable coming into the modem. (I am using a cable modem from Comcast that also provides our telephone service.) Does that mean I can't go the Moca route? If Moca is a no-go, has anyone had success using the power line products that promise 500 mbps throughput? My home configuration: 1. Cable and telephone wires enter an Arris TM702G/CT "Touchstone Telephony Modem." 2. Ethernet cable runs from Arris modem to Apple Time Capsule, which (1) sends wireless throughout house (bolstered by a second Time Capsule downstairs and an Apple Airport extreme in a bedroom next to where modem is located) and (2) has an ethernet cable running to a Slinglink Turbo plugged into electrical outlet. 3. Elite and Premiere XL are connected to network via slinglink turbos in their respective rooms. Anyone have any ideas?