I have a D connected home with a HR44-700 Genie, two clients and a HR22-100. This is all networked by a Swim16. I notice the Swim16 operates warm, not hot but I guess maybe 120 degrees or so. That being the case, I was wondering what kind of current draw or watts does it consume? Of course everyone is trying to conserve power these days and I was wondering if there would be a benefit to powering the Swim16 off over night with a timer. I do know that I could not be getting signal to my D units but if I have no plans to record over the night time hours, would the wattage consumption saved add up to much, and....would I be creating an equipment problem with the Swim powered off at night? I have included a picture of the board I just constructed with my D equipment on it. I did this a few weeks ago and it looks a lot better now than the disorganized set up my D installers put together over the years.