Will Directv go for this? They are coming out next Wednesday. Protection plan offered a 2nd Genie for $300, but case management said only 1 per account? I'm scheming for a free replacement. My current equipment is 1 leased HR34, 1 leased HR24 and 6 owned HR20 dvr's for a total of 19 recordable tuners. Just bought a newer home with 8 single coaxial cables running inside walls from a panel to 8 rooms. Harley from Caldwell, Idaho installed a new dish and SWIM-16 exactly as shown on solid signal website. He connected 2 four way splitters as seen here, except no cinema kit. http://manuals.solidsignal.com/SWM-16-Install-LR.pdf The 8 feeds were not labeled, but most of my receivers were in storage so everything worked fine. When I tried to wake up all the boxes I started getting 776 cabling errors. Finally figured out I had 9 tuners on the 4 way splitter. I traced each cable and now have all 8 labeled. I want directv to split the 4 lines near the dish and run the cables for a second SWIM-16 in the crawl space to the living room like this. http://manuals.solidsignal.com/2-SWM16-approved.pdf I can only connect 7 tuners to each red line feed with a genie and a 20 or 24 box. 3 of my hr20's are broke or lock up and need rbr's often. Hoping to trade those for a second genie for free. I need either 14 or 15 tuners at my main viewing location for football recording. And I still want the original 8 locations available for other or future tv's. With this install 24 tuners would be active in the living room even though 15 is plenty. Slim chance, but would like to trade other hr20's for a third genie to lower monthly bill. With 19 tuners they have to add the second multiswitch correct? 8 dvr's allows expanding to more TV's without another visit, but 2 or 3 genie's is simpler and a lower monthly payment. I only own 2 tv's right now. Is this all a feasible install?