Strongly considering dropping D* after 20+ years of continuous service. Testing streaming already. Meanwhile, I foresee a minor issue connecting two TVs. Currently, two TVs (both functioning as expected) - each using mini Genie (C31), with DECAs providing Ethernet to each TV. HR44 connected to wired Ethernet. These two TVs do not have an Ethernet cable available and I absolutely want a wired connection. I'm seeking a solution that will function without D*, and ideally, can co-exist for a few months. Can it be as easy as using a DECA on both ends of both coax? Router > Ethernet > DECA > Coax > DECA > Ethernet > TV If this will work, what specific DECA & adapters do I need? (I doubt I'll be able to leverage the DECAs I have. Also have seen a newer generation.) Is there another setup that will provide more than a 100 Full duplex connection? I ask because I may use wired Ethernet device (e.g. Roku), and would like to retain wired Ethernet to the TVs, therefore requiring a switch at the TV. Doubt a two Ethernet port DECA exists. I'm open to suggestions for how to leverage coax to provide Ethernet connectivity.