In 2006, I jumped on board with the DirecTV HD DVR series with one of the first HR20-700 units that hit the market. I visited the forums multiple times a day and downloaded every Cutting Edge release. Being an unhappy TiVo expat, I was frustrated with the initial roughness and unreliability of the software, but it eventually won be over as it eventually became a capable DVR. As the product became more mature, the Cutting Edge releases became less exciting and other forces in life drew my attention away. I still visited the forums occasionally, and kept track of major events through Twitter. That's the backstory, which brings me to now. I have one HR20-700 which is nearly four years old connected to the original, 5LNB square AT-9 dish. I also have a pair of ancient, failing Series 2 DirecTiVos connected to a nearly fifteen year old 18" round dish. With the DirecTiVos failing, and no sign of the announced-but-never-produced modern HD DirecTiVo forthcoming, I need to upgrade. I'd like to go with three HR24 series DVRs and connect them to my AT-9 dish. I currently only have the multiswitch capacity for two of them, though. I'd like to switch to a SWM setup to simplify the wiring and get rid of the old single sat dish. I'm reasonably versed in the DirecTV tech that has been developed while I have been less active, but I don't have the nuts and bolts level knowledge I used to. I'm aware that if I searched the forums for hours, I could find all the information I need, but I'd really like some human input. I'd like to get a SWM LNB for my AT9 dish, a SWM multiswitch and three HR24 DVRs. My beliefs and assumptions, based on a bit of research, are: - That a SWM LNB for my AT-9 dish exists - That only one wire is needed from that LNB into the house where the multiswitch is - That an eight port SWM multiswitch will be needed to run all six tuners on three DVRs - That this will all work Does this all seem reasonable?