Advertisements About a year ago I tried to get HMO working with my wireless-B network, and it just would not work. I used the Linksys WUSB11 adapters, and also eventually tried the approved adapters by Netgear, D-Link and Microsoft as well. I tried it on two different Series 2 Tivos in different places in my house. I never got a signal. The network ssid did show up a few times, but still no signal. I could have my notebook PC next to the Tivo and plug the adapter into the notebook and it worked with no problems. I also got a 50 ft. ethernet cable and connected it to both of my Tivos just to see if that would work, and it always did with no problems. I spent a lot of time talking to "senior" tech support people at Tivo and they could never figure it out. I have a Linksys router and one of the tech support people told me to get a signal booster, which I did, and it didn't make any difference. One of the Tivo techs told me that the Tivos required a much stronger signal than a PC does, and my Tivos apparently are too far away from the router. I never really bought this, because they aren't that far away. I finally gave up and thought I'd pay someone to run wires in my house, but a year has gone by and I haven't done that. I'd still like to get the wireless network to work. Is it worth it to try to set up a G network using the methods discussed here? If B doesn't work, will this make any difference? Also, will the game adapters or bridges make a difference? As I understand it, that tricks the Tivo into thinking it's connected to a wired network; maybe that would make a difference for me? I am not a pro with networking by any means, and this was really frustrating the first time around. I tried to get this going for several weeks before finally giving up. I'd really appreciate any suggestions!