There was only a single wire coming into the house (so no old WB68) and the house is about 10 years old so single wire as been around the whole time. Even if all 8 did run from the TV area back to the distribution area, I still have no concept of what you could do with 8 separate lines - especially installed in the SWM era. Thinking back to the labeling is even more ponderous - HR1 through HR4 for one bundle and then Attic1 through Attic4 for the other. Makes me think that the installed a setup so you could use either the entertainment center area or the panel in the closet as a distribution area. You could accomplish this by using a barrel connector between the 8 coming in to the panel and the 8 coming out. I guess you could then split the signal from under the TV to the wall jacks in each room...but why? I keep on thinking I'm missing something here but now that I think of it, I don't think all 8 of the RG6 cables in the living room come out at the panel. That would be something like 16 wires in total and I don't think there are that many. There are 6 wires that feed the jacks around the house, 1 coming in from side of house where DTV used to be, 1 coming in from house where dish is now and then maybe a couple more - not 8 more. I'll have to tone these all out to see just how many of those 8 under the TV come back to the panel. If not all 8...boom...another mystery. So weird.