I just had my new 2 Hopper - 3 Joey installation today and it went well overall. All the software updates installed fine and every Joey can now see both Hoppers and vice versa. The only 3 hitches are: 1) The technician swore there is no way to share an Internet connection between Hoppers. I have one Hopper hooked up via Ethernet. He insisted on connecting the second Hopper via wireless USB dongle. Even after this, each Joey cannot see the Internet. I saw another thread about turning on bridging which I will try tomorrow (Yellow Hot Key, Select Network, Select Broadband, Select MoCA from drop down, Blue Hot Key twice.) 2) I can't get either Hopper to see the hard wired phone line it is connected to (I posted a separate thread about this - I need the Caller ID to work) 3) The Home Media DLNA can't seem to play vanilla WMV files that almost any player on a PC can play. It plays exotic MP4 and HD encoded video just fine, but not WMV. Other than that, PTAT seemed to work great even on Day 1 (the installation finshed around 4:00 PM my time) which I have read was a bit flaky for others right after installation. The programming archived on my previous EHD from my 722 was readily playable. I am transfering some files off of EHD to one of the Hoppers overnight and will see if that works OK. There is a bit of learning how to do things differently around timers and DVR access (which is frustrating my wife) but I have been pretty happy with the system so far.