I just got DirecTV installed last week (HR44) and the installer did a nice job. He mounted the dish on a pod with cinder blocks toward the back of my flat garage roof so it is barely visible from any angle. There is about 30 feet of RG6 now running along the inside of the stucco ridge that conceals the flat roof. This section of cable is fully exposed to the south and the hot desert sun just beats on it all day. My concern is will the hot sun degrade the cable sheathing over time and necessitate frequent cable replacement? Does anybody have any experience with this issue or suggestions? If I had known ahead of time this would be the install spot, I would have run some metal conduit along the inside of the roof lip to protect the cable, but now the cable is nailed into the stucco with black plastic clips. If the best long term solution is to just pull out the clips and put in conduit and feed the cable through, I can do that. I guess I am wondering if I should even be concerned about this? If I do need to cover the cable, is there a better solution than metal conduit? Appreciate any comments.