Advertisements Getting to my wits end here. I have 4 lifetime'd tivos - S3, HD and two Premieres. I had them all networked with a variety of Tivo G and N adapters. I could rarely transfer shows between any of them - sometimes the other units would show up, sometimes they wouldn't. Once in a great while they would complain about running out of data, but forcing a connection or a reboot would fix the problem. Decided I would like to transfer shows more reliably. Got a bunch of cheap MoCA hardware off eBay - Actiontec MI424R routers. Optimized some splitters and connections where I could. Connection strength/speed is awesome, transfers work great - for a few hours, or maybe a day. Then the Actiontecs start dropping off the network, rebooting generally brings them back, but obviously that's a pain. I decided to try wireless again. Swapped my Netgear WNR1000 to a Netgear WNDR3400. Hardwired the HD to the router, the other three got Wireless N adapters isolated on the 5ghz band. Tivos and adapters have dedicated IP's assigned through the router. Again, everything works freaking awesome when I first set it up. Then a few hours later, things start dropping off. Rebooting the Tivo brings the connection back up. Never have any problems with the other half dozen iThings, laptops etc being used. I have Googled all over, plenty of complaints, seemingly never with any resolution - conclusion either being TiVos (especially Premieres) just have networking problems or some routers just work better than others. I got the first Netgear originally because it was supposed to work well with Tivo (and it did do much better than the one it replaced.) But spending weeks and $ trying random routers just isn't appealing, unless someone could say definitively "model X works great." Many of the threads I see are about getting stuff set up in the first place - with both my setups, everything works great - when it works - then it all just goes to hell. It's almost like the hardware goes to sleep and forgets its settings. If the wireless just isn't going to work, I would go back to MoCa, but my next step there I think would be to spend $50 each on the units TiVo sells and see if that makes a difference. I know there are a couple splitters in my walls I can't get to, so if those are causing the problem, obviously new hardware won't help. But when they are working, all the MoCa adapters report at ~235-240 Mbps, so it seems like the signal strength is good. So kind of a rant, kind of a plea - is there anyone who can say "I have multiple TiVos connected via N wireless and they all work perfectly all the time?"