Hi, new to the forum, but have read some great info here, and just have some questions I'd love to get some clarification on. I currently have an HR-20 and HR-22, using ethernet to achieve whole home DVR. This is using an older slimline dish that has 4 home runs feeding 2 tuners on each device. I will be moving soon and the house I'm moving to has cable drops in each room. I would like to take the opportunity to move up to a Genie and get a SWM dish installed. What I'm curious about is how the existing DVR's will work with the SMW dish. For Whole Home DVR if I understand correctly, I just need an ethernet connection at the Genie, and then with DECA adapters the HR-20,22 will be able to pick up internet from the Genie along with the playlist sharing. Is this correct? Secondly, I assume that I would need to run a 2nd coax line if I wanted to continue to use the dual-tuners on the older HR receivers? However, the genie on it's own provides 5 tuners, so unless I really needed to record 9 things at once, I should be able to record 7 things at once with a Genie, and single coax runs to the HR receivers (5 on the Genie, 1 each on the HR's)? With the older receivers can they tap into the extra Genie receivers at all, e.g. be recording something on the HR-20 but still flip through "live tv" channels through the genie? Also, if I need and decide to run 2 coax lines to the older HR receivers, that puts me at 9, which requires a jump from the SWM 8 to 16? If I do that, I've read it requires a 2nd coax, so I would assume 1 coax runs to the genie, then the 2nd coax would run to a switch where I would then break out the 4 feeds for the two HR boxes? Essentially I'm looking for the simplest solution because I know the installer won't run cables down the walls so if I I can get away with the single existing coax to each location that would be great. If I need two coax drops to enable the dual tuners I can do that, but I don't enjoy climbing around in the attic as much as I did 10 years ago. Thanks in advance for any light you can shed!