OK. So I had my SWM/MRV install done yesterday (SWM16, 3 HR2Xs, 2 R22s, 6 DECAs including one to router), and all is pretty sweet. Other than the tech plugging the SWM inserter into a switched outlet (panic last night when we went to bed and all the IRDs were searching for satellite because we had turned off the lights), and me losing weeks of recordings because I failed to read up on the CE -> NR downgrade issues (documented in the CE release notes), I was happy with the install. One bummer I discovered as I was troubleshooting last night's SWM power issue was that the tech used a standalone inserter for the SWM instead of a pass through. I was looking forward to clearing out the second RG6 in each room, but with the current setup, the second RG6 in the living rm is being used by the SWM inserter to power the SWM. I ordered a pass-through inserter (29V) from SolidSignal last night before dozing off to try to resolve the double RG6 situation. But now I'm a little confused/concerned. How does a SWM/MRV net handle two power inserters (one for the SWM, one for the DECA net)? All the diagrams I could find on the SWM show the power being inserted between the SWM module and the HF splitter, but these diagrams are all a couple years old, and since my current functioning system has the SWM inserter connected to the power passing port on the HF splitter (green label), it's obvious the engineering has been modified since the diagrams were made. So the only difference I'm envisioning is instead of having a dedicated run for the SWM inserter, it will be in-line with one of the IRDs: IRD <-> DECA <-> SWM-PI <-> HF Splitter <-> SWM16. My hesitation is how the SWM PI will work on a line that already has power injected by the DECA PI. FWIW, I wasn't planning on having the DECA PI on the same drop as the SWM PI, but if it doesn't make a difference, that would be good to know. Can anyone offer guidance? Let me know if you need more details. TIA!!