Let me start out by saying that I don't know too much about all of this. But I think I have a pretty unique problem with whole home viewing and internet. I have 6 HD-DVRs, and 1 HD receiver. They were all hapily talking to each other and I was able to use whole home viewing without issues until i connected the Cinema Connection Kit. I had ordered the wireless cinema connection kit and connected it in line with a few different DVRs and had the same problem. When the internet is connected, whole home viewing does not work properly. Sometimes when trying to view programs from another DVR, the program plays but it is very choppy, with pauses avery couple of seconds. Other times, it tries to play the program, but returns an error and says it can access the program. When I disconnect the internet, after a while, the whole home is back working again. So today I had a tecnician come out since I pay the mainenance fee. We checked many thingsm that did not help the problem. He installed a wired connection kit, changed out my SWM-16, and still no help. Finally, as a test, he temporarily replaced my 5 LNB on the dish with a new 3 LNB he had in the truck, ran a coax directly from the LNB to a new splitter, and connected 2 of my DVRs and the internet connection kit to the new splitter. Same problem existed. So we removed those 2 DVR's and connected 2 different DVR's - problem still there. But when we disconnect the internet from the Cinema Connection Kit, Whole Home works again. I live in Katy, TX, and use Entouch for internet service. The internet service is fiber optic. I come out from the modem to an eight port Netgear Gigabit Switch. From this switch, I have ethernet going to the connection kit, and 2 wireless routers, as well as a couple of other ethernet outlets in the house. I now have the internet disconnected from the cinema connection kit, and all the DVRs can see each other again and play back with no issues. Just can't do internet and whole home at the same time. Has anyone ever heard of this issue? Thank in advance.