On Monday our two HR24s were replaced by an HR44 and a C41 along with two of the new remotes and a GenieGo. I'm a long-time DTV customer (since the mid-90s), and I think this new gear is just fantastic. Most importantly, everything is working as it should since the installation. There is a minor issue with some sub-menus being in Spanish on the C41, but I can live with little quirks like that when performance isn't affected. One of my old HR24s was directly connected to my router via an Ethernet cable, but when the DTV installer put in the new HR44 he left the Ethernet cable unattached and instead set it up for wireless internet. I have a wireless -n router backed up by a cable modem that gets 10Mbps on a bad day, so there's no real performance hit most of the time. Still, I'd rather not have the HR44 competing with my daughter when she's streaming Netflix on the iPad or with my son watching YouTube videos on the laptop (or all three at the same time). I read a number of earlier posts on this forum that all said to simply plug in the Ethernet cable and reset the receiver to have it switch over to its wired connection, but that did not work for me on multiple attempts last night. I even shut off my wireless router and tried a software reset and a reset using the red button on the front panel. Each attempt failed -- the receiver was still set up to use the wireless connection, and the wired connection remained set as "disabled." The cable itself seems to be seated properly -- I'm getting a solid light on one side and a blinking light on the other side of the plug, so I don't think that's the problem. Will I need to get into the networking setup menu to re-enable the wired adapter? If so, should I made note of the IP and DNS addresses before I do that, or will those settings remain if I re-run the setup? I hesitate to do too much because even though it's not ideal to have the wireless connection (in my mind, at least), everything is working perfectly. If I mess something up and lose some functionality, I'll have a house full of unhappy campers. But if there's another relatively easy way to switch to the wired connection, I'd love to hear it. Thanks for any help.