About 2 weeks ago,I received an email from Solid Signal that suggested you could use DECA Broadband adapters to hook your stereo HiFi equipment,internet ready TVs,Playstation 3,Xbox,etc. to your router ala MoCA. Well,I initially tried to merge DECA Broadband adapters with Actiontec's MoCA adapter & my coaxial cable from my cable company. Well,needless to say,it didn't work(I ended up having to order 3 extra Actiontec MoCA adapters to hook up with the adapter I already had.All are playing well together now). Anyway,rather than have 3 DECA broadband adapters go to waste,I ordered 3 SWM 2-way splitters to connect the three DECA broadband adapters to my D* DECA whole house installation(self-installed by me & running smoothly). What I did was first turn off all of my HD DVRs,installed the first 2 -way splitter to the cable in front of my SWM power adapter. I ran the 2-way splitter power side cable obviously to my swm power adapter. The other cable (non-powered side) ran to my DECA broadband adapter & then I hooked the ethernet cable from the adapter to the ethernet switch that was in that room. I turned everything on & all are running fine. The DECA broadband adapter is registering 3 green lights,& the HD DVR is running with all systems okay. I have just finished installing my 2nd DECA broadband adapter via 2-way splitter & hooked it up to my ethernet switch in my living room. I'm starting this thread in my living room hooked up to the ethernet switch that is attached to the DECA adapter. I just have one more DECA broadband adapter to hook up,then I'll see how the whole thing runs in the long haul.