Pretty sure I read somewhere the only approved way to hook up a RVU client that is a Samsung (since they are the only rvu clients right now) tv is to run a coax to the unit, and then connect a bbdeca module directly to the Ethernet port of the tv. That would keep the signal in the cloud the entire time, and basically be the exact same thing as hooking up a HR20 to a deca cloud, allowing the signal for the tv viewing to never touch a persons home network equipment.
Stuart, do you know for sure one way or the other?
Again, this seems to defeat the purpose of having RVU. If I could run a wire to the location, then I can get a HD box to put at the location. If all I was trying to do is save myself $6/month, I wouldn't have spent the extra $$ on the TV and the HR34 (with an AM-21). I already had HR20-700 in my family room (it was getting old and the drive was skipping a lot, so I knew I'd have to replace it in the near future anyway). There would still be a more economical solution.
I want to be able to put a TV in a location where it is not feasible to run extra cables. I can handle buying (another) wireless bridge if that's what it takes, but having to run coax or CAT-5 just to get RVU capability seems to defeat the purpose of what RVU should be able to give you.
HR34-700 (w/AM-21) HDMI to Onkyo TX-SR605 to Philips 42" Plasma (1080i)
HR24-500 (w/AM-21) HDMI to Magnavox 32" LCD (1080i)
C31-700 to 32" Samsung Smart TV (1080p)
H21-200 HDMI to Vizio 32" LED LCD (1080p)
H23-600 HDMI to LG 26" LED LCD (1080p)
Whole-Home DVR Enabled (Wireless Networked via Bridge)
D12-300 to Ancient Magnavox CRT
Charlottesville, VA - Still waiting for Locals via Sat