In our living room, we have a standard D11/100 DirecTV receiver that feeds into a standalone series 2 TiVo. We’re hoping to upgrade our setup to be able to record two shows at once. We currently have two cables coming from our satellite dish; one goes to the living room, and one to a receiver in another room. We do not have an HD TV, and don’t plan to get one anytime soon. We do like the TiVo service, and would rather stick with that, but switching to a DirecTV DVR when upgrading is a possibility. We know there is a DirecTV DVR with TiVo features supposedly coming out this year but we're tired of waiting, and aren't even sure that is going to be able to do what we want (record 2 shows at once). From what I understand, with standard receivers, there is no way to record two shows at once without having two cables for each room for a total of four coming into the house from the satellite dish. Due to the cost of running additional cables and/or the unsightliness of running cables through windows though, we would rather not pursue that option. I’ve read about signal stackers & unstackers that might work, but those seem like they would be expensive and prone to glitches. A technician I talked to seemed to think that we’d be able to receive two signals on one cable if we upgraded to an HD satellite dish. Is this true? Is this the best way to accomplish what we’re trying to do?