No, i'm not saying it's not a good solution, it just has some drawbacks to using ethernet so it shouldn't be the first choice especially for gamers (though it also impacts protocols like smb, if you need to operate on large #s of small files). We have dead spots in our old house where i've tested powerline only to find they were on different circuits. After I installed a bridge capacitor, the latency made small file operations a bit annoying but for streaming, it's not latency dependent nor would things like web browsing. The Moca solution sounds like it would work in our current house since we had Comcast wire up every room and could cover the farther parts, though I'm not super enthused about their 3.6ms published latency. Different houses, different spectrum, different solutions.