In my house I have 14 TVs. They are all hooked up to either a large Verizon DVR box (I have 4) or a small non HD box (10) that is just power, coax in and coax out. I am looking to remove all these boxes and lower my bill. All of these DVR boxes are ran using component video cable with audio (labeled "for surveillance video). I was thinking of removing all the unnecessary component wire and boxes and sending it back to Verizon. This will lower my monthly bill tremendously. I just upgraded to Verizon's G3100 Router/modem and I pay for the highest speeds so speed shouldn't be an issue. I want each of my 14 TVs to be hooked up to a Roku. I already have about 6 Roku sticks, but do I have to buy 8 more Roku's or is there a way this can be done wirelessly from a hub? Any other options you can recommend? I still want to have access to basic 3, 6, and 10 cable. Note: This is how the house was set up when I bought it. It was probably good 15 years ago, but is out of date and not needed. Plus having to pay $150 per month for renting these boxes is insane.