I've seen some similar threads on this line of questioning, but just want to make sure I do this correctly. I have a SWIM LNB attached to a 8-way splitter. I have one feed going to an HR24 in my bedroom. At that same location I have an Apple TV2 that is somewhat flaky based on the fact that it is at the edge of my wireless range. I'd like to make use of the wired ethernet at that spot. It seems to me there are a couple of ways to do this. One would be to add a DECA at the HR24 and then attach to an ethernet switch which would feed both the HR24 and the Apple TV. The other way, which is where I'm leaning, is to use a two-way green label splitter with one leg going to the HR24 and the other going into a new DECA. The ethernet from that DECA would then go into Apple TV. If the second scenario is right, my questions are: 1. Do I need an additional power inverter at that location? 2. How do I terminate the coaxial output of the DECA? Many thanks!