I was a Dish customer for years until 2002, when I bolted for Direct TV and the Direct Tivo - I just couldn't handle Dish's cruddy blue interface any more. Times changed, DirectTivo lost some of it's luster of the years (and unless I am mistaken they are getting rid of it), and I moved. I've been in Austin, TX now for several months dealing with Cox cable, and I just can't take it any more. I am very, very intrigued by the new 622 receiver because of my setup - I have my HDTV/Projector upstairs in my "Theater room", and two standard-definition TV's downstairs. Due to the layout of my house, running additional cables in the walls is very, very difficult, to the tune of one installer offering to either charge $500 in labor or run all the cables along the outside of the house in all their ugly glory. This situation is why I don't have DirectTV now in the new place. Now I read about the 622 and it appears to be designed for my needs - upstairs I can run two cables from the Dish/Switch through the attic to my receiver, which would be located in the room below and therefore is easy to access (I've already done this to run the cables from my projector). Here is where I am a little confused: Can I then, from that location, hook up the "TV 2" Coax output of the 622 to my existing in-house Coax cable (it's fairly new and what my existing Cox service uses) and have that output to one or both of my standard TV's downstairs? I have one in the living room and one in my bedroom, both have existing Coax drops for the cable, and I have no need to watch them at the same time. In my fantasy world, the main HDTV output would be upstairs in my theater, where I could watch stuff in all their HD glory, and the two downstairs TV's would still be able to view programs/DVR recordings when I wasn't using the one upstairs. An all in one solution with no need for a bunch of different receivers, cable runs, and shows recorded on different DVR's - is this the case? Will the 622 work for this? If so I am signing up today Thanks for any advice.