I'm curious if anyone could help a networking novice with some options to get reliable internet connectivity to my home theater setup. I'm intrigued enough by DECA, and feel I understand it's general concept, I'm just unsure of how to implement it. Here is my setup, as I can best put together verbally. Slimline3 dish SWM8 splitter outside SWM PI inside in front of an HR24-200 in basement home theater room HR21-700 in upstairs bedroom R22-200 (HD-DVR through software update) in main floor kitchen H23-600 in main floor living room Comcast cable modem (Motorola SBG900 wireless gateway) in upstairs office (this room is wired with Comcast coax) No ethernet is readily available anywhere else in the house except for what can come out of the modem to a router. I'm open to any and all suggestions, and sorry I'm so inexperienced that you'll probably have to start at square one with me. My main objective is to somehow tie my Panasonic plasma, Panasonic Bluray player, Denon receiver, XBOX360, and HR24 obviously to a reliable network for streaming HD, Pandora, etc. If it helps, I'd certainly be willing to relocate the H23-600 from the living room (as it is VERY seldom used) to the office, if that will help anything for the DECA and being close to the modem/router. But is that feasible if that room is fed off of the Comcast coax?! Thanks for any and all help, I appreciate the huge resources these forums are.