I am building a house and plan to move my DirecTV service with me. I have pretty much verified line of site with the Dish Pointer app on my iPhone. I have purchased a CommDeck and the builder has agreed to install it for me. I am planning on running a conduit from the attic down to my home run panel in the basement and at least one coax. I don't see a need for more, especially since I will have the conduit. All rooms are going to have dual coax and dual cat6 cable. Any reason to have more? All coax will be quad shielded solid copper core. I currently have two HD DVRs and one HD receiver. I plan on getting a Genie, probably as a replacement for one of the DVRs, but I haven't decided yet. I'll probably only have three or four TVs. I'm toying with the idea of getting an HDMI splitter so I can connect the second HDMI port on my TVs to one input and show the same thing, but that might be overkill. Is it worth home running HDMI through the house? Any other ideas? I'm not looking to break the bank, but it would be nice to put all the infrastructure in so that I can add stuff later without having to tear out the walls. Thanks.