Hello Dish Subs, For those with a 922 now or that are thinking of upgrading, I'm happy to report that with the latest DVR software and the Dish plugin for Firefox, Local Area Network streaming DOES work without requiring the traffic to upload out your internet connection and then back down again. I would expect iPhone and Android mobile apps also support LAN streaming over WiFi but haven't tested it yet. HD quality is pretty good, though there's room for improvement. On my Fast Ethernet LAN, I've seen bandwidth as high as 4000-6000 Kbps being used for HD streaming. I'd be curious as to how the quality compares to the 722 with Sling Adapter. Obviously remote viewing away from your home will still be limited by your upstream internet bandwidth. I have AT&T U-verse with the highest 24M down / 3M up package. Once I find a decent WiFi connection that doesn't block Sling video, I'll report back with remote viewing quality across that ~3M nominal upload bandwidth, hopefully in HD resolution. I read several older posts from fall of last year that suggested that all LAN viewing had to send the video up and down your internet connection which is now NOT true. Note you still need to connect via the Dish Sling website so you'll still need basic internet connectivity for LAN viewing. Hopefully in a future update to the software they will support direct LAN connections like the older standalone Sling software used to but I'm not holding my breath. The remote connectivity to the Dish Sling website apparently is also required for all channel changing functions which means it's still not as responsive as the old direct-connect Sling boxes in LAN viewing.