I previously thought I understood what the Cinema Connection Kit is for... but now I'm questioning that. I currently have three receivers (HR20, HR23, and H21 - not sure on the H21 but it's not a DVR). I've had whole-home DVR service since it was officially made available and had the technician come out and install adapters on my receivers. It all works fine, and it's all connected to the internet via the HR23 being connected to a wireless bridge. When I attempt to add a new HD DVR to my shopping cart on directv.com, the site automatically adds a Cinema Connection Kit and professional installation, for which it wants to charge me $50. Is there something I'm missing, or is that way off base? I already have the current receivers networked... if I wanted a new HD DVR, wouldn't DirecTV only need to send me a receiver and another one of those adapters, or a receiver with the adapter built in? Has the Cinema Connection Kit replaced that adapter? And why on earth would I need an installer to come out when all I would need to do is plug in the receiver?