Hi, I've been with Directv since 1994 and am now considering switching one of my receivers to a dvr to take advantage of vod and being able to record some shows in hd. Here's my scenario: I have the 5lnb slimline dish with two cables attached, one to each receiver. I currently have two H20's one -100 and one -600 receiver. This dish is in my back yard on a pole since it's the only place I have line of sight to the sats and the two cables are buried in the back yard. As I understand it I have two options.... 1. Dig another trench and bury a third cable so I'll have two cables running to the dvr or.... 2. Obtain a swm (swm8?) and a power inserter and use the existing one cable for the dvr. My question to those of you more "in the know" than I am about this. Will a Directv installer bring and install the swm and power inserter for me if I call and order and schedule through Directv or would I have to buy and install them myself and then order the dvr from Directv? I thought I remembered reading on this site that Directv will only do a swm install with a brand new installation and not with a current customer's set up. If I have to dig another trench and bury the cable then I suppose I would do it but would rather not if I could avoid it. Is a swm and power inserter the only additional equipment I'd need to purchase if I went that route? What about bbc's? I would appreciate any info any of you could throw my way! Thanks!