I recently had a Dish 625 DVR Player receiver installed and had a question about adding additional (i.e. 3rd & 4th) remote controls to control the TV2 output. My configuration is a 625 receiver with the TV1 output connected to an upstairs TV (lets call it TV1) and the TV2 output connected to a four way splitter that is feeding the in-home wiring in my home. I have the UHF pro remote controlling a TV downstairs in my home (lets call it TV2). I also have a third TV (TV3) in an upstairs bedroom connected to the TV2 output via the splitter and in-home wiring. My questions is ...Will the 625 DVR player accept an additional UHF pro remote so that I can have one remote control to control TV2 and one to control TV3 (I realize that TV2 & TV3 would have to watch the same channel)? This would mean the 625 receiver would need to accept three total remote control signals (IR remote for TV1, UHF remote for TV2 and another UHF remote for TV3). I have seen the UHF pro remote for sale for around 20 bucks and I think it would be worth $20 to have it for TV3. A related question... I am assumming that most "learning" remotes are IR based and could not be used to "learn" the UHF signals being sent by the UHF pro remote. If anyone knows of a "learning" remote that can be used to control the TV2 output for the 625 rxer then please let me know. Thanks for any help you can give for these questions.