Okay, I'm not sure how this would work. So feel free to say yes or now and why not, etc. I have the old system setup where two lines are feeding both of my HD DVRs. When the guy came out to hook up my equipment, he was going to do SWM but didn't because I have to use flat cables coming through my windows. This causes the flat cables to be in some kind of square "U" shape. The tech said my service will be fine if I don't keep opening and closing the window. He said SWM would like the setup at all I guess. So my window has stayed shut. Now...on to the MoCA question. Both of my receivers are by coax jacks in my place. There is only one splitter on the line. So, one external line coming in and splitting off feeding each room. Would I be able to buy a MoCA networking kit and have each adapter by each receiver and use my home's coax wiring to connect the two adapters so I can have MRV that way while the two lines from the dish continue to feed the tuners? In the case that it would work, the receivers have two ethernet ports....if one was being used for the MoCA adapters, would the other port be able to be used for a wireless internet connectivity to my home network? Also, the link below shows an example of what adapters I'm talking about. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...&item=N82E16833122243&nm_mc=OTC-C173T&Local=y I'm not an expert in MoCA setups so if this wouldn't work...lol, don't laugh at me. I'm kicking ideas around in my head. I hope I make sense of what I'm considering.