but I have some q's. Apparently DirecTV doesn't supply HD programming for locals. Meaning if I want things like CBS-HD, etc. etc. I have to have an OTA antenna. 1) Now, I assume these antennas are not like those my parents used in the days before cable TV. The ones that pulled in weak, fuzzy pics. 2) I'm also wondering just how complex the setup will be if I have to use Satellite for some stations and OTA for others for an HD-DirecTivo. I mean, how many cables, inputs will I need? I sep. input for OTA stuff to the TV as well as from the sat receiver? I have a Mitsubishi 65611, BTW. 3) If I get a multi-room system, I assume the other rooms (if they don't have an HD-DirecTivo) will just get the feeds from the sat (like my Dish does now). 4) Will 1 Dish be able to supply enough lines for a 3 room setup, with 1 room HD-DirecTivo, 1 room DirecTivo, and 1 just a receiver? (note: a satellite neophyte as well as an HD neophyte, though I do have Dish and a 721 right now). Please be kind! Anything else that can help me decide what to do would be helpful. I was leaning toward switching to DirecTV and HD-DirecTivo away from Dish, but maybe I should just stay put. I assume someday all HD stations will be available on sat feed anyway.