Ok so I have been an E* customer for the last 2 years but switching to HDTV was going to cost me more with Dish than with DirecTV so I called them up. The sales lady sold me on it and I am getting the first month of TC+ free plus 3 mos of HD free plus all equipment free plus install free plus $150 back in programing. Sounded like a good deal so I had them sign me up. So they come today to install me, of course they were late (8-12 install and they showed up shortly after noon) and we went over what wiring was here due to my Dish install...what the D* stuff could and couldn't do (I had my 522 DVR remotely located and running 2 sets, they told me this wouldn't work the same way which was fine) and they started the install. The HD set went smoothly and seemingly so did the others...then they said ok your all set and they rolled after a quick tutorial. One thing that we did was to set up the DVR in the same remote location to save on the wiring and they assured me that the R-15 was RF capable...well as I am sure you know it isn't yet (pending software release at unannounced date). So now I am stuck, I have to go to my basement to turn on the R15 for my living room and to change channels and to run the DVR...clearly this isn't acceptable so I call DirecTV to see if I am just missing something and RF actually works. After 40 min on the phone with 2 different techs they say there is nothing they can do. The R-15 isn't currently RF enabled and the only solution is to move the receiver up to the set and of course run more cable (house was built with cable TV and has one line up to the living room. So what are my options here? I am unwilling to have them drill a hole in the floor to run the cable up to the set...can they do anything on one wire (I don't know much about the wiring but can they take the 2 cables and put them on the one that goes upstairs and then split it back to two before it goes into the R-15?)? What really makes me mad is that thinking back they should have shown me rather than telling my how to program the remote and really they should have done it. I believe they tried to do it...figured out that it wouldn't work but didn't bother to say anything and they left knowing it wasn't going to work. Also when I had Dish installed 2 years ago I had to sign off a form saying that the install was complete and I accepted they work...I signed nothing today, is that typical? Anyone care to talk me down off the ledge here?