Hi: When my DTV service was originally installed, the installer ran the coax through the exterior walls to where I wanted it and when I upgraded to HD they just used the same coax. I've finally done some centralized wiring and have a couple of questions as to how it should be wired. I think I've got it but am looking for confirmation. You can see how it is currently wired post-HD install in DTV Original.jpg. When I get home I'll double check but IIRC the dish has a SWM 3 LNB according to the DVRs. As part of the centralized cable plant, we took the living room run and moved it to the panel & then connected it to the living room wall jack keeping all other connections the same (wall to SWM power, etc.). This is working on both DVRs. For the first phase (see DTV Phase 1.jpg), I'm thinking of disconnecting the external coax for the Bedroom and using the new RG6 I've run (HR24 to wall to panel to living room wall to splitter) so that I can remove that coax & fill in the hole and then at my leisure to phase 2. I understand that going through 2 splitters will degrade the bedroom's signal but I'm assuming it would only be down to the level of the living room's HR24 as it's been going through 2 splitters from Day One and works fine. For Phase 2 (DTV Phase 2.jpg), I want to go to one splitter. I would the splittler, SWM power, and DECA to the panel and then split off the HR24 connections from there. This would require either a coupler (barrel connector) to the existing short coax going from the dish to the the outside splitter or having DTV come out and terminate the home run to the dish. For Phase 1 & 2 pics, the splittler "port numbers" for the DVRs & DECA are arbitrary. Have I got this right? If not, what needs to be fixed? Thanks!