Finally moved and just getting ready to set up my D* install. At the moment torn between which approach to take, so thought I'd quit lurking here and post the question. This will be a fresh install, since the space has never had any D* before. So, I'm expecting a SWM dish with a single cable into my media closet. And will be getting the HR-34 (Genie) which will connect directly to my main TV. Where I'm torn is how to connect my additional 6 TVs to access the HR-34. While my TVs are all Samsung (RVU capable), my initial assumption (based on performance commentary in various threads here) was to use CR-31s at each TV. So I expected simple wiring with the coax line from the dish going to a splitter, with one out from the splitter going to the HR-34 and the other outs connecting to the 6 coax feeds to my other TVs (w/ 1 out plugged, assuming an 8 way splitter). Then I'd plug an ethernet cable from my router into the back of the HR-34 and presumeably I'd be all set. First question... does that actually do the trick? But when I checked, I found out that D* would only give me 5 CR-31s initially (two free and 3 @ $99 each). Not suprising, but pricey. So started to try to sort out what a DECA install would look like instead, since my understanding is that I'd need DECA to get the TVs onto the network (since I'm not cabled to connect them to my lan directly). But I couldn't quite come to any conclusions. Would everything be the same except that instead of the CR-31s, I'd put a DECA at each TV with an ethernet cable from that to the TV? That seems simple enough as well, but I'm sure I'm missing something. BTW, D* indicated that to 'install' my RVU TVs would be $49 each (1st 2 still free). I'm assuming that is the going rate for the DECA adapter?