With things being slow around here, I thought I’d share this with ya’ll (you guys, if you’re not from The South). When we remodeled our kitchen last year I had a wall cabinet built especially to hold a DirecTV HD DVR. It is 14” deep instead of the usual 12”. While it may sound extravagant to have an HD DVR in a kitchen this was my thinking. First, the TV in the kitchen is the most watched TV we have – on most of the time. Second, when MRV comes along this could be the common DVR to record shows that my wife and I both like to watch - I have my DVR in the den, she has her DVR in the bedroom and with MRV we could share the one in the kitchen. I ran the cables, RG6, CAT3 (phone) and CAT5 into a false bottom area of the cabinet and then up through the shelf to the receiver. I only ran one RG6 drop thinking I could run the other one if MRV actually happened. Well the fly in the ointment turned out to be the thick, bulky and hard to manage nature of RG6 cable in such a confined space. I was having a hard time working with just one cable so adding another would certainly have made matters even worse. But now with the HR20 & the SWM a second cable is no longer necessary. But would the SWM let me get rid of the RG6 in the back of the cabinet completely? The first picture shows a very thin & very flexible coax cable with push-on connectors – about 5 feet long. I think it came with an old Sony receiver I had a few years back to connect the receiver to the antenna input on a TV. Remember, you would turn the TV to channel 3 or 4... Anyway, it works. Now the HR20 has two tuners running through this one tiny cable. The other pictures tell the rest of the story.