I've read the other powerline questions and responses. It seems it will work, but I want to check to see if any of you recognize a problem with the plan I am thinking of implementing. 1. I have a Romaio. It is in my bedroom and no where near a cable outlet or my router. It is connected to an antenna under my bed which provides great reception even though our broadcast towers are 35 miles away. The Romaio is connected right now through WiFi to my router. 2. I have a TV in my kitchen area that receives poor reception from an antenna placed behind it. This TV is beside my modem and router. 3. I already have a D-Link Powerline 701AV system setup connecting my router in the kitchen to my computer (which is in a closet made into an office halfway across the house). It works well providing ethernet speed at the level that I am paying my provider to deliver (70 Mbps). 4. I want to put a TV in my guest bedroom which has no ethernet wiring, no cable wiring and no antenna, and I want to try to tie it AND the TV in my kitchen together with my Romaio by using two Tivo Minis and more D-Link Powerline Adaptors. The router already is connected to a D-Link Powerline adaptor (installed to connect my computer as stated above). One of the Minis would be put beside the router and connected directly to it by ethernet cord and connected to the TV above it by HDMI. I would put another D-Link Powerline adaptor in my bedroom and connect it by ethernet cord to the Romaio which is nearby and just below my main TV. I would put another D-Link Powerline adaptor in the guest bedroom and connect a Mini to it via ethernet cord and to the TV above it by HDMI. The connection in the main bedroom would be via the same electrical circuit that already works for connecting my computer in the closet. Before implementing the plan, I know I need to do a test by temporarily moving my present D-Link adaptor from my computer to the guest bedroom to see if a laptop would get a good, fast connection there (to be sure that it is not a different circuit which is too far away from the D-Link at the router). It will cost about $375 to implement this plan, so I hope you can review it and help me. Does it sound as if this plan will work? Do you see any flaws? Do you have any suggestions?