Ok, so one of the reasons I wanted DECA installed is the length of my house means at the farthest reach wifi is weak. So with the deca in and my readings of deca speed on the DVR over 240 I started thinking. I wonder if I connected the ethernet to a WIFI AP could I add an overlapping wifi network to the far end of the house. I ordered an ASUS RT-N12 and did just that, pulled the ethernet cable from the back of my HR20, hooked to the WAN side of my new AP(Had already configured it) and then proceeded to test. The HR34 was able to stream a sho from the HR20 still just fine. But what I have found is that same AP whic when hooked to a ethernet connection right off my router got 30Mbps to my test box here in the house only gets 3mbps on that DECA unit upstairs and that connection steadily slows and eventually fails. Has anyone really utilized a DECA run like this for any sort of serious bandwidth? Thanks!