Complicated? question - I have a Verizon FIOS internet and TV connection. I currently get internet service through a Verizon FIOS Actiontech router. The Actointech also serves 802.11b/g wireless. I have a Cisco e3000 connected to the Actiontech to serve 802.11N (2.4 and 5Ghz) wireless. I would like to get rid of the Actiontech router, as its internal memory really limits NAT routing tables. I also just purchased a Tivo Elite. With the new Tivo Elite, can I turn on MoCA, move the COAX cable from my Actiontech router to the Elite, remove the Actiontech router from the network and connect the Cisco e3000 to the Ethernet port of the Elite (will the Elite "provide" ethernet to the Cisco)? this will enable me to get rid of the crappy NAT routing on the Actiontech - which would be a HUGE bonus!