I dropped into the Xfinity store yesterday to see what was new in the Comcast world. The sales rep looked at my set-up (the Comcast billing screen) and quickly suggested that I upgrade my gateway to the new xFi Advanced Gateway. The new gateway provides gig wifi and it's the latest and greatest from Comcast at no additional cost and they would ship it to me for self-install. Sounds simple. My current set-up is a single Roamio Pro on a MoCA network with one Mini and a wifi extender. The current Xfinity gateway is there for a land-line phone. It is in pass-through mode allowing a Netgear router to provide wifi and the ethernet MoCA. I'm trying to remember why I have this set-up. Is it due to the Netgear providing a better wifi service? I can't remember. I know that I need the Xfinity gateway in order to provide the land-line. It would be nice if the new xFi Advanced Gateway would also replace the Netgear router for in-home wifi and the MoCA ethernet. Thanks for your help.