First off, Hi everyone! I've been a long time local cable subscriber to Service Electric (now you're asking who the hell are they? Well other than being a mom+pop shop, they lay claim to the first Cable Company in the nation) and just got fed up with their unbundling / rate hike. Nothing like seeing your bill jump $40 a month, and that's with no "premiums" like HBO / Cinemax / etc. on my sub. So I looked around and jumped in on DirecTV. The price is better, plus between the referral credit, $100 gift card, and signing up through AMEX ($200 gift card) it keeps the rate essentially the same throughout the 2 year contract, cuts my cable bill in half, and I get more channels and more HD. Not bad huh? So on to the install. As far as "casualties" I have an upgraded TiVo S2 and a TiVo HD both with lifetime subs that are going to be pretty much useless, so off to the parent's house they go. The setup is 1 HD DVR in the living room, 1 HD in the Home Theater, 1 SD in the bedroom (wife still pissed there's a TV in there, but I digress...), and 1 SD to be used either in the spare bedroom or kitchen. Seems straight forward, right? The only issue is the possibility of having to run the second wire for the HDDVR since the TiVo HD didn't require it, there's only one cable run to that room. The geniuses who wired the house ran the wire up from the access panel in the garage into the rafters across, and down the wall in the 1st floor living room, and secured the wire in place in between. This I'm sure would be a major PITA for any installer to have to run it, so I'm hoping some sort of SWM solution would work in this case? Thanks for all of the info on this site, I'm trying to soak as much in as I can!