My setup is currently a Genie HR44, three C31 mini clients connected to it, and an additional networked HDDVR. I purchased a Samsung UN32F5500, which is RVU capable, so as I wouldn't need to purchase another receiver also because of where it will be mounted. I put it on my network with a wired connection, and connected the coax. I run through the RVU setup, get the PIN from the Genie, enter the PIN, select "adding a new location" and I get told that I am maxed out with connections to my Genie (3) and that I need to contact DirecTV to resolve this. When I choose "replace current location", it works just fine, but I've now removed one of my other minis. I call DirecTV, and the first person I talked to before my call dropped had no idea what I was talking about and couldn't understand what the problem was. Next person I talked to said I needed a DECA to make it work the way I'm trying. I have some DECA's from when I had whole-home setup prior to Genie. I asked them to just walk me through it, as they were adamant about sending out a technician and charging me $50 to do so, and I'm pretty sure this would take all of five minutes. I guess long story short, does anyone know where the DECA would need to go in this setup? On the RVUTV, one of my other mini clients, etc.? Thanks in advance.