We Had a Hopper and 2 Joeys installed 2 weeks ago, resulting in an overhaul of our TV related cabling and systems which had been untouched for years. Its nice that DishTV remotes are UHF because we have both Joeys modulated back onto the original coax system for about 4 plain old TV's in secondary locations, each with a Joey remote control. Its also great the Joey will play HDMI and Composite at the same time to support the TV plus the Modulator. My Question: finding there is no way to distribute NetFlix and Amazon-Prime video across the DishTV system, I ended up with a RoKu3 for NetFlix etc. RoKu3 also has a very long range UHF remote control but does not have composite output - to connect to a modulator. If I use a good quality 1 to 2 HDMI ampifier/splitter plus an HDMI to Analog converter in order to provide composite for the ChannelPlus modulator, am I going to end up with a junk picture or will it be comparable to the modulated Joey progam ? All the components sound lile a way to get a bad picture, but I have no way to know. Are the 1-2 amplified splitters good ? Are the HDMI to Analog converters good ? If both items are good, maybe the modulated pictures will be as good as the modulated Joey program.