Please pardon my ignorance, but I've been researching a bit on how to optimize file transfer speeds between my two TiVos. Currently one is wired and the other wireless. I've read in some TiVo circles of various hacks that can be done, most of them would be easy if I were more Linux savvy, but the biggest impact (other than putting the TiVo in standby or tuning to a non-existent channel) seems to be from enabling jumbo frames. I know that can be done for wired Ethernet, but what about wireless? Also, any TiVo specific networking advice would be appreciated. Over a year ago I made the biggest difference by purchasing the TiVo branded adapter which offloads some processing from the TiVo CPU and by switching the other TiVo from wireless to wired to alleviate the "half-duplex" issue inherent in wireless networks. (Plus my Netgear WG111 adapters were very unstable with TiVo.) I'll probably replace my one wireless TiVo with wired eventually to speed up transfers in general and specifically for wireless TiVo to wireless PC, but I'm in no hurry to climb into my attic. It's HOT where I live. TIA. P.S. If anyone's wondering, there are no Gb adapters for TiVo.