Greetings install gurus, I have been a DIRECTV customer going back to the USSB days. I have purchased a new home and need to set up service shortly. I am still in my current house and will be for 8 or so more weeks. I know the movers program will set up my new house for free, but I will stay behind in the old location while may family moves soon until the old house sells. A few questions: 1. Would the easiest path be to go through the movers program for the new house and set up new service at my old house? 2. I am 99% sure I will use a local specialist installer as my new house has a few challenges and I want a high quality install. If they are DIRECTV certified, they should get payment from DIRECTV for much to all of my install, I think? I assume I would need to pay for any wire fishes and the like? 3. My current setup includes 2 HR20 w/esatas, 1 HR21, 1 HR22, and 1 HR24. 4. No upgrades in 2 plus years, happy to sign the 2 year commitment so I plan to swap out the HR21 for the Genie. 5. My new house will include at least 6 distinct viewing locations, possibly 7. 6. One of the viewing locations is the carriage house, which is adjacent to the house, but not connected (Maybe 20' away). 7. Should the carriage house be a wired location or could I get by with a client? My thought is to have a box out there that is not part of the whole house network per se. I want my guests to have DTV, but not necessarily access to my playlist. 8. I could drop the HR22 as its really is just full of the kids recordings, which are easily replaceable. Better to have it and the 2 extra tuners or would a client suffice and actually perform at a higher level? 9. For a couple of the locations, I am leaning towards the new wireless client, less wiring is good in my book. Any reason to stay away? I expect to have wireless signal issues as the house is 75 years old and has been added on a few times, so some interior brick walls that the wireless signal will need to penetrate. I have started to research wireless extenders, specifically looking at a D-Link plug-in version that seems pretty simple. Any other/better suggestions? 10. I am planning on using Verizon FIOS for internet. Previous owner has FIOS for internet and TV, so the house should be an easy reconnect. 11. Am I missing anything? Thanks in advance for any advice!