This is a problem that is just now beginning to happen on a more frequent basis after first appearing about a couple of weeks ago. My system has 2 HR20-100 DVRs, one that is connected to a wireless bridge and the other hard wired to a Belkin wifi router. There is one house computer hard wired to the router and other laptops using the wifi. Since MRV became available, I've been able to see and play programs from the hard wired DVR to the DVR on the wireless bridge and it has worked flawlessy. My wife and daughter use this extensively. Now what is happening is that after about a few minutes, the video from the other DVR freezes on the wifi bridge one For sake of convention, I will call the wired DVR the loft DVR and the wifi bridge one the living room DVR. So, using the living room DVR and watching something form the loft DVR, after a few minutes, the video freezes and sound quits, like a lockup. But the living room DVR is not frozen as I can frop out of MRV back to local and watch normally. I go to the loft DVR and everything is playing normal as well with no sign of problems. The program that was being watched is perfect locally and can be seen with no PB problems. I even was running it locally on the loft TV while my daughter was watching on the living room TV when the picture froze for her yet continued to play normally for me. I'm wondering, after rebooting the loft DVR and then the Belkin router, is maybe the router is beginning to lose it and need replacing. It is about 3-4 years old and wouldn't surprise me if it is beginning to fail, but I thought I would post here in case there is maybe another thought. I am going to try swapping out the network cable just in case. I am noticing on the front of the router that the status light for the wired part will flash yellow every now and then and then return to blue constant. Blue indicates normal and yellow indicates a disconnect. All other parts including internet and wifi are constant blue. So I'm betting on the router beginning to go... Ideas?