I'm moving into a new house. The good news is that there's a decent-quality RG6 run to just about every room. That's the end of the good news. The other end of all the RG6 lines are coiled up and attached with a big staple to a wall in the attic. They're about 12 feet from the ceiling hatch, and the attic has 16" of blown-in insulation. And in an example of poor planning, there's a built-in closet shelf under the access hatch. So just getting into the attic requires some gymnastics, then getting to the cables requires swimming (or whatever) through the deep insulation. My question is: What's the installer going to do about this when he sees it?