Since I posted that I was sharing my wireless connection between my XBox 360 and my HR20, I've had several PMs asking me how I did it. So I thought I'd create a thread to explain it to anyone else who needs the information. (Maybe the mods will make it a sticky!) OK, first things first. This will NOT work with the Microsoft wireless adapter that is plugged into the USB port. It requires a wireless bridge or "gaming adapter" that plugs into the ethernet port on the 360. Some people have had success using a second wireless router, but I haven't tried this and thus can't vouch for its effectiveness. You need to buy a cheap 4 or 5-port switch such as the one offered by Newegg for $9.99. Also, you will need two Cat5 cables - the length depends on the distance between the devices, but 1.5 or 3 feet should work if everything's in the same rack. theses are sometimes refered to as "patch leads or cables". It doesn't matter if they are longer. You can coil the excess behind your equipment and, under normal circumstances, it shouldn't affect performance. Plug the output from the bridge into the switch and then connect each patch lead to the 360 and the HR20. Believe it or not, that's all there is to it! Configuration depends on your setup, but it's exactly the same as for a direct connection. If I've missed anything or you have anything to add, please feel free to post your comments below. This is by no means intended to be an exhaustive answer to all problems!