Decided to finally pull the trigger and get a HR34 (to be installed next Monday). My current setup is: Slimline dish into splitters (1:4) that feed two SWM8s. I have the following receivers: 1 H20-100 1 HR21-700 4 HR22-100 2 HR20-100 Four of them are connected to one SWM8 and the other four connected to the other SWM8. The installer is suppose to swap out one of the HD-DVRs with the HR34. I have a wiring closet that feeds all the rooms in my home (2 coax and 2 cat5 to each room). What should I expect in terms of installation? 1. What type of additional equipment should I expect to get as part of the install? I read that the HR34 can act as a CCK but that most installers will install a CCK . 2. Will they swap out one of the SWM8's with a SWM16 or add an additional SWM8? The splitters I have from the dish to the SWM8 are 1:4 so I can see them hooking up a new SWM8 instead of swapping out one of the existing SWM8s. I'm hoping they'll install a SWM16. 3. Will they configure all the receivers I have so they can communicate with the HR34? My preference would be for them to configure the easily accessible units (living room and entertainment room) and to leave the others (home office and kids room) for me to do later. Will they leave me the hardware for rooms I don't want them to configure? 4. I paid for my existing SWM8s but have heard that some installers will take them if they replace it, is that true? 5. For units that I don't want to use with MRV, do I need a BSF at all? I read the FAQ on solid signals website and it seemed to imply that you only need a BSF for some older models.