There is something wrong with the 0xd80 firmware and non-Samsung RVU clients. I have an LG TV and was using the RVU client in it with an HR-44 since I got the TV in December 2016. No DECA involved, no problems. As soon as I got the 0xd80 firmware on the HR-44, the LG TV kept reporting the location is not authorized. If I hard cycle the power on the TV (unplug it), I can see a picture, but as soon as I cycle the power on the TV, the unauthorized message comes back. Tech replaced the HR-44 with an HR-54, no change. I also have a Samsung RVU TV (also no DECA) and that's been working fine on the HR-44 or HR-54. The timing aligns perfectly with the 0xd80 firmware. All the networking is back to a 1Gb switch. I had a tech here today 6 hours, put in DECA's, still nothing. The tech would not leave a C61K to replace the RVU in the TV because it was a service call and he couldn't provide new equipment, so I asked DTV to just send one, but they had to roll a truck again because a tech needs to setup the C61K. I do have an escalated case with DTV. I did notice that on the tech's Android device, the MAC address of the LG TV was the sn and not the MAC, but he couldn't change it, and when we called DTV they said in their system the MAC was correct. My gut says is that this 0xd80 firmware tightened some security features and my LG TV never was setup right on my account but this firmware brought that to the forefront. I can't prove it, but that's my guess. This'll never get resolved though unless DTV really digs into the 0x80d code... I'm curious if there are any LG RVU users with a Genie running 0xd80?