Forgive me since I don't know many of the technical terms, but I am willing to learn. I've had DirecTV since 2003 and love it. At my current apartment, I have a single HR20-700 and D11 hooked up to the Slimline on my patio (tripod) with wires running around the edges of the walls. This has been fine since it was temporary and a small apartment, so the wires are always hidden by something. In July I'll be moving to a brand new apartment complex, into a two bedroom apartment. They have setup the apartments so that your dish can be installed on the roof in designated areas and they have a place to run wires down directly to your apartment through a wall. Then it comes into the box in the laundry room where all the coax wiring comes to for either Cox or dish hookup. Unfortunately there is just one cable going to each room. Since I will want an HR20 in the living room, an HR20 in bedroom 2, and a D11 in the master bed, how can this be accomplished using the existing wiring? There is no way to run wires along the walls in this apartment without crossing walkways and I cannot do that. To further complicate things, I will need Cox cable HSI in bedroom 2. I've heard it's impossible to run both signals on the same line (reliably). Is this true? On a related note, does anyone know any good installers in the Phoenix area? I'm not in a mood to deal with Ironwood ever again. EDIT: As I'm looking around, it looks like I'll need to use an SWM? Then do you just split the line behind the receiver?