Hi all, I'm trying to make a change to my existing setup, and have a question. I live in a 125 year old home with brick-core interior walls (it was originally a forge, but was converted into a home about 100 years ago). About 15 years ago the previous owner remodeled the home, replaced all of the wiring, and had RG-6 run into the living room and one of the upstairs bedrooms. This is a "big deal" because between the brick cores and the desire to preserve the remaining 100 year old oak paneling, it's all but impossible to make new cable runs through this house. About 18 months ago I had my ViP 722 hooked up by a Dish installer. He mounted the Dish 1000 dish directly above the cable access point on my exterior wall. Because a new cable couldn't be run, he disconnected the splitter in the cable box (we didn't have a TV in the bedroom anyway) and simply connected the LNB to the 722 via the existing RG-6 run. Now my wife wants a TV in the bedroom too. I know that I can run a second cable from the LNB to the other cable run, and install a second tuner in that room, but I'd prefer to use the Home Distribution connector on the 722. Not only would it be cheaper (no fees for a second receiver), but it would allow us to watch DVR material on both TV's (very important when my wife wants to watch her soaps, and I want to watch Top Gear). Our problem, of course, is that we have a single strand of RG-6 running from the existing LNB to the 722 receiver. Is it possible to run BOTH the LNB-Receiver connection AND the Home Distribution connection over the same cable? I know that Big Orange sells bi-directional satellite-friendly multi-splitters that would allow the signal to flow properly, but I don't know if the signals would interfere with each other, or if there are voltage differences present that might damage something. If this isn't possible, does anyone else have any suggestions that don't involve stringing cable from the ceiling, or paying a contractor $5k to pull paneling?