Ain't that the truth. I have two dishes, one for 110 and 119 and a second for 129 feeding a DPP44 switch under the eaves. Two outputs go through the attic to my family room feeding a 622 and 722. The other two outputs go into the garage to a DP34 switch feeding a 211K in the garage and a 211 in the bedroom. The line to the bedroom also has a diplexed cable signal on it. I guess I'll lose that diplexed signal if I go with a Hopper or Joey there.
This should be interesting since my current set up is the result of many years of adding services from Dish. Saying that I am switching from 2 622's just can't describe the cabling fun.
In the family room I have the 622 feeding the TV via HDMI and the 722 feeding the same TV via component. And I have the HDMI from the 722 going to my PC setup also in the family room and component from the 622 going to the PC also.
That makes it sound fairly simple cable wise but if you look behind my TV, it would appear that the layer of cables goes back to the ice age. Yuck!
BTW, we are finally enjoying some rain here in Santa Rosa.