I have been using the "unsupported" ethernet connection for my MRV setup since it was being test in the CE process. I have all three of my receivers (2 HR20's and an H21) hard-wired to my router. Everything has worked pretty well, except that sometimes when viewing a program recorded on one of the remote DVRs, the playback will sometimes lockup or freeze. I then have to hit the back up button to get it to unfreeze. I find this happens more when there is heavy traffic going through my router, like when my son is in the basement on the PS3, which is connected to my network wireless, playing Call of Duty or MW3 on line. I had asked the question in another thread about connecting the 3 receivers to a switch and then connecting the switch to the router. I was told that would work and it would create a "cloud network" that would keep the MRV traffic from the receivers from having to go through the router but still allow the receivers to have internet access similar to what the DECA setup with the ICK would provide. Now, my main question is this. If I wanted to connect the PS3 to my network via ethernet connection instead of wireless, I assume that I could add another switch in the basement, which is where the H21 is located, and then connect the H21 and the PS3 to that switch. If I did this, would I then be creating additional traffic on my "cloud" when the PS3 was being played?