On Friday at 3pm we had a thunderstorm that contained the most lighting that my cable guy said he had ever seen in his life (i have cable for internet) I wasnt home at the time and all of my electronics were turned off. I have 6 D receivors (3 HR's and 3 H units) When i got home from the office, my daughter was complaining that "her" hdtv in the living room (hr22-100) wasnt working. the TV was saying "no signal" no the HDMI input The H25 in the kitchen was fine and working with the HDTV The HDTV in my grand dauthers room was getting the same "no signal" on the TV hdmi input from the H24 My bedroom HDTV (hr22-100) same thing..Tv on but getting the no signal msg The HDTv in my daughters bedroom (H21 supplied) was fine and working with no issue My home theater in the family room was fine.. HR21-100 & Samsung 52" hdtv THANK GOD !!!!! My cable modem and router and DECCA power insertion is in my bedroom. I had no internet and my cable modem and router were dead. The moden wouldnt even light up. I have 3 wireless ROKU units in my home, my bedroom my grand daughters and family room... in the bedroom, the TV's were not seeing any input. Granted i was off the internet but I would have seen the ROKU start up screen. Last, I have a Davis Vantage Vue wireless weather station on my roof, That was dead, no wireless signal to my indoor monitors. There was no indication of any lightning strike on my house or surrounding trees...It must have been whizzing all around my home though. I called D and they told me to check my hdmi cables and all the simple stuff and get back to them. I did call my cable company and they had a service guy out Saturday morning to replace the modem and fortunately I had an extra linkseys router becuase my router was shot too. I also pulled my HR22-100 from my bedroom to a non affected room and connected it and it worked fine so I dismissed any damage to my receivers. I have an electronic HDMI spitter installed as my old Olevia HDTV had only one HDMI input so we can watch a DVD player and not fuss with changeing cables into the TV. I bypassed that switch and went straight into the TV and wal-la, up came the signal from my D receiver. Once the cable guy got me back online, I stared to suspect two things: 1) The lighting surge may have entered thru the cable line 2) The affected TVs all shared the same problem..They seemed to have non-functional HDMI inputs...that maybe the lighting had damaged them. The reason I feel this way is that I can connect from my D receivers via my RGB TV inputs and all my D recievors can be viewed with this input on all the affected TVs. In addition, once I had my D receivers up and running thru my RGB connections I noticed that the DECCA unit in my bedroom that is used for the power inserter was not lighted..none of the three LED's so I borrowed the DECCA unti from my daughters room and used it and bang it started right up so my whole houes is working now So, my questions are: 1) Can lighting take out HDTV's HDMI inputs? 2) Can D just ship me a new DECCA unit? I dont want to pay for a site visit as I dont have the protection plan. And surprise surprise, my Davis weather station began tranmitting yesterday morning. I thought it was fried... Very strange... Any help or advice would be appreciated. I am lucky I had no damage to anything else in my home.