Advertisements I've seen some complaints around here how the Series3 boxes no longer support third party wireless network adapters. I wonder if anyone has considered using a cheap wireless router as a network adapter? Take a look at this link: http://www.wirelessforums.org/alt-internet-wireless/linksys-wrt54g-repeater-extender-1561.html From what I've been able to tell, it should be possible to have two wireless routers in a home with one acting as a gateway to the Internet and another acting as a remote hub for TiVo and any other Ethernet connected devices in the room. Here is the setup I have envisioned for a future family room: Code: Internet | Cable Modem | Office Router------------\ | | | ethernet | | | Office PC | (wireless link) | | | Family Router-------------------------\ Room | | | ethernet ethernet ethernet | | | TiVo Game Machine Family PC With a setup like this, it won't be necessary to buy a TiVo branded wireless adapter. You just use the built-in Ethernet port on the TiVo. An additional benefit is that most wireless routers have multiple Ethernet ports so you can hook additional devices up and probalby come out much cheaper than if you had to buy wireless adapters for each device. Of course, some extra setup is requried. The second router has to be told it is a "router" and not a "gateway" which is how your Internet connected wiress gateway is probably operating. You will need to change the IP address on the 2nd router so that it doesn't conflict with the first one. You'll need to make sure DHCP and any other advanced services are disabled on the second router being that they would conflict with the gateway. Finally, the wiress settings have to be identical for both routers so that they can talk. Does anyone see any major holes in this idea?