I was just on a cruise for the past week. I brought my laptop along and patched into the ship's available WiFi connection. I met a couple that also brought their laptop along on their vacation, but for entirely different reasons.... ....they wanted to watch their cat at home. They told me about a device called Slingbox which allowed them to plug in their videocamera at home and view the feed from any Internet connection thousands of miles away. When I got home I looked closer at this product and was intrigued to find that it did soooo much more than what this couple was letting on. I could actually watch and control my Tivo programs or any other media hookup to my home system while away with my laptop as long as I had an Internet connection. This thing looks absolutely cool and I am very close to purchasing. One question to anyone that owns this device... It looks as if you need to have your slingbox device near your router in order to hook it up via ethernet cable. This is not the case with me. My wireless router is in another room. What do I need to hook up to the slingbox ethernet plug to transmit the signal to my wireless Belkin router in the adjoining room?