Ok, I’m replacing a VIP 722 with a Hopper3 next week. I have to run new RG6 because my existing cable, which is run through about 170’ of 1 1/2” heavy plastic conduit, does not meet the “swept to 3GHZ” standard. My existing dish is mounted atop a 4” Schedule 80 pipe that used to support a big C band dish. That Schedule 80 pipe is grounded and a ground wire goes to a ground block that the old RG6 goes through at the dish before it goes to the LNB’s. My question is, can I just run a high quality RG6 Swept to 3 GHZ cable from the ground block at the dish without using a “messenger” cable ground at both ends? I’ve seen wiring diagrams that show ONLY the RG6 from the dish to the Hybrid Solo Hub and others that show a ground from the dish all the way to the Hub, with the Hub being grounded to a house ground. I’ve NEVER had a ground at the receiver end. The cable from the dish goes right to the 722 receiver. I just received my new cable today and could have ordered it with a “ground” wire attached to it, but didn’t. I have some old Adelphia cable on a reel that has a messenger wire with it. If I HAVE to have a ground from the dish to the house, could I use that old Adelphia wire? It’s new and has never been installed. I'm pulling my new cable through in the next day or two and would just pull a separate ground wire if it’s really necessary and ok to run it that way. Nobody I talked to, Dish or cable folks, said anything about being sure to run a new ground wire with my new RG6. Thanks for any advice!