I have cable internet service now, and it is fine. The problem is, I also have Direct TV and I am off the introductory plan, so the cost is astronomical. I need to switch to a bundled service. I know that FioS is supposed to be the best, and it is available in my service area. I am a little confused as to how they actually distribute it around your house. I understand that the FioS cable comes into a termination box, usually in the basement or garage. What happens from there? I have an older house that is not internally wired. My cable service comes to my office through the outside wall, and the TV's are similarly wired. I use a wired router, and don't want to change that. Am I looking at a big hassle with Fios? I could go with a bundle from the cable company, but I understand that Fios is supposed to be better.