Hi everybody, tried this in general Dish network and didn't get a response so... My 622 arrived via UPS, and my install is scheduled for Monday. I'm wondering what all I can expect out of a "free basic installation" and if there's anything I should do ahead of time to make the process easier. There's some coax running around the outside of the house but it's the skinny type and I have no idea if it's any good, and there is an old-school Dish 300 on the roof,at least 8 yrs old, with an RG-6 Dish network cable running down to my entertainment center, but there's no other coax in the house. So, what I want to do is put both receivers (622 and 625) in the entertainment center where my HDTV is, and run the remote (TV2) outputs from both receivers into two bedrooms. There is also another SDTV on the other side of the wall from the E-center, and I'd like to make that TV1 on the 625 via coax, and also plug TV1 on the 625 into the HDTV via S-vid, since they'll never be on two different channels anyway, and of course TV1 on the 622 into the HDTV via component. My primary reason for wanting to do it this way is so I have access to both DVRs from the HDTV I watch the most via the best possible connections, for archiving timers and events purposes. So my questions are, first of all, does anybody have a better idea on configuration? Will the installer run coax for all of my TVs? Should I drill the necessary wall penetrations myself before they get here or will they do it? I know they don't fish cable, but will they route it around the house and into the rooms? Can the installer splice into an existing phone line for the receivers or do they need a jack to plug into? Should I ask them to leave the old dish intact in case I need to pick up another satellite? will the LNB work in that case? What if I want to use it for 129 if the 1000 doesn't get enough signal strength? Should I pull the old coax now so they aren't tempted to use it? Will I need a switch? I want to get this right the first time if possible, rather than having to pay for it myself later. Thanks in advance for any help you can give me.