Wow, I haven't posted here in ages. I've missed this place! OK so I finally decided to join this century and move up to HD. D* gave me a sweet deal on it and an installer is supposed to swing by next week with two HD DVRs and a plain HD receiver as well as a new dish. My current set up, which was a self-install in the dark days of 2004, is an old RCA freebie, two Series 2 DirecTivos, and a 3 LNB dish. The receivers are fed by an Eagle Aspen 5x8 multiswitch in the basement. Before that, I had E* for a few years, which was also a self-install. I even had a one-way DirecPC setup that I did myself. They're making me take the pro install on this deal. So being at the mercy (I say that in the most polite way possible) of a professional installer for the first time, I'm a tad apprehensive on what to expect. Yes, I know what a standard install includes, but humor me. The two CSRs I spoke with weren't able to answer these questions. 1.) Because of LOS issues way back when, I stuck the dish on top of a shed about 20 feet from the house. Is this a setup an installer would/could work with? Or am I forced to have it moved to somewhere on the house, provided he can find LOS? (And I refuse to put it on the roof.) 2.) Also, I have a structured wiring setup. From what I've read, it doesn't seem an installer would object to running coax to the box instead of just slapping the connections wherever is shortest/most convenient at the time. Correct? Or, even easier, would he just reuse the coax already in place? 3.) Curiosity question: I told the CSR when I ordered that I wanted to add MRV at a later time. Does this guarantee me that I'll get an SWM? Personally I have no problem using the existing network jacks in each room I conveniently located by the TVs, but I'm hoping I can reduce the existing number of runs from the dish into the house. 4.) Finally, does the installer bring the new receivers or should I keep an eye out for UPS/FedEx?