Hey guys, First off, I know just enough about what I'm about to explain to be dangerous, but here goes. I had an absolutely horrible install experience today. Installer was supposed to come out to install a 2nd HD DVR into a 2nd room. Seemed pretty simple enough. Prior to the install, we had a very vanilla setup--one HD DVR with a single SL3 dish. Installer comes out and is only getting a signal from every other transponder(?). The setup screen was showing alternating zeros on the setup page he was looking at. Long story short, he says that there should have been four cables run from the dish to the multiswitch instead of only the two that were currently there. First off, that just didn't pass the sniff test for me. In my (admittedly limited) experience, I've never heard of four coax cables being run directly from a dish. Second off, why didn't he realize that before he started? He comes to this conclusion after he's been working on the setup for over an hour--seems that should have been something that was pretty obvious from the get go. The guy was shady as all get out to begin with, so I'm having red flags go up all over the place. To make matters even more interesting, it's after 5pm at this point and darkness isn't too far away. The installer claims he's not dressed appropriately and needs to get into some warmer clothes. Seriously? WTF?!? He wants to come back tomorrow "on his day off" to finish the install and run the extra 2 lines from the dish. I agree, only because I wanted to research what this guy was telling me, and I figure that will give me the time to do that. So here I am. Is this guy full of it? I consulted with a buddy of mine who is somewhat up on satellite installs and he said it sounded fishy, but he's been out of the scene for a while. He said he thought that it sounded like I need a SWIM(?) setup, and not four cables run from the dish. Can someone give me some general guidance on what's going on here? My setup doesn't seem like it should be that complicated, with only an HD SL3 dish and two HD DVRs. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!