Currently I have an HR34 and 2 H25s on one SWM8 from a dish on one side of my house. I have an HR20 and an HR22 on a separate SWM8 from another dish on the other side of the house. This work was done to upgrade my legacy system to SWM. I have OnQue in the house which means I have a single coax line to every TV wall outlet in the house. The system was done with 2 dishes because it was put in about 8 years ago before SWM was available and it was too hard to trace all the lines through the house to figure out how to do it from one dish. I have Whole Home which works okay--sort of. Every so often the HR34 loses access to the recorded programs on the HR20 and HR22 and I have to reset the HR34 to get it back. I recently changed all 3 DVRs to static IP addresses and that seems to have helped but hasn't completely resolved the dropoffs. Also, response to remote commands when playing recordings is somewhat sluggish but I haven't seen anyone else's system for comparison. The dish near the OnQue panel has a SWM LNB but only a single wire which goes to the OnQue. From there, the OnQue panel was used to distribute the signal to the HR34 and the two H25s/ The old wiring from the 2nd dish is used with another SWM8 to connect the HR20 and HR22. Would it not be better have a SWM16 going into the OnQue and have everything distributed from there? The only potential problem (I'm not that sure how the SWM systems work) is that there is only one wire from the OnQue to the wall coax outlet upstairs where the HR34, HR20, and HR22 all reside. So I have 9 tuners in that one room. Is it still possible then to use a SWM16 with one wire to the OnQue, then split and distribute everything from there? Eventually I want to move an HR downstairs to replace an H25 but right now I only have single tuners on the downstairs TVs so I'm not sure if/how I can make that change.