There are cell phones that support frequencies from 700MHz to 2.4GHz, without batting an eyelash. There are single-chip radio solutions that are agile between 850MHz and 2100MHz today. Again, it's not like I don't know what I'm talking about. And what I'm talking about here is a hypothetical generic MOCA interface -- I didn't specify its chip count although it could absolutely be done in a single RF part with appropriate microprocessor support and some flash to store whatever code is needed. I'm not talking about -- nor were we until someone started chiming in about what's "impossible" -- just slapping some off the shelf pieces into TVs and calling it done. TVs don't get updated very often anyway. A generic MOCA interface that is sufficiently frequency agile to cover any and all MOCA frequencies is more than possible. Like I said at the beginning, it would take years to implement even if the TV mfrs. wanted to because of the standards process, etc.