For those of you whom like to do it yourself please keep in mind: When considering pre-wiring your home, make sure your RG6 is rated to atleast 3000MHz (3GHz). You can purchase this RG6 at Home Depot or Loews, since this is all they will sell. Not all RG6 is the same in capacity. Cable companies like Comcast use "Britewire" brand RG6 which is only rated for 1000MHz (1GHz), this will not work with Satellite TV. The copper core of the RG6 is a little bit larger for Satellite versus Cable Television. The RG6 will have the rating printed on the cable itself, for capacity. If the RG6 doesn't have anything printed on it, then it will not work for Satellite! Assume if not printed on the cable that it's only rated for 1000MHz (1GHz). Also keep in mind RG59 is not rated for satellite use at all since it only is rated for upto 1000MHZ. Also keep in mind that the new MPEG4 receivers (H20 & HR20) should not run more than 100 feet from the AT-9 to the receiver. Older receivers will work up to 200 feet, but not the new HR20 and H20's. It is very difficult to properly align the AT-9 without a proper satellite meter. It can be done without, but make sure you have the patience to do it! Refer to channel 578 for tips on installation.