That is true and since MoCA uses coax, it's no extra training (at least as far as running coax) and most homes already have the coax installed throughout.
I think that OPTIONS to use other methods are a good thing though, but I doubt that Dish will ever support or install other methods.
Will techs get dinged because they connected a Joey over a customer's home network instead of approved coax?
Has anyone run any test to see which offers better performance Ethernet or MoCA?
But we're talking about how the Joey does its business and that's a lot less a function of changes to the Hopper software. How often do Joey firmware changes come out?BUT this is the hopper! They change software ALL THE TIME. This includes disabling features and adding features.