Ok.. I realize this may be unsupported... I have my Comcast Cable (internet) and Directv come into my house at around the same place. The Cable internet goes up to my office where my cable modem, Router, etc is... Directv feeds the TVs. There is no Directv in my office where the internet is. If I hook up my Directv DVRs using the DECA system is there any way to do the following: -Connect DECA to my Home internet upstairs? Can I use a DECA near my Cable Modem and have the DECA signal use my cable back down from my cable modem, and then some how bridge over using another deca to the Directv cable where they are close? - maybe run a directv line up to my home office just for the DECA - Ethernet connection? Is this part of the normal install? Will I have all kinds of wires on the outside of my house for this? any other ideas? Unless I can get the DECA stuff hooked up to my home internet there doesn't seem to be much reason to use it for me. Oh..one other thing. If I did finally get this hooked up. Is there any way to use the DECA network in my Den to hook up my HTPC and PS3? I realize this isn't optimal as far a Directv is concerned, but what would I need for the DECA, near that receiver? Just hook the ethernet port up to a switch that I have there?