Hi - I'm in Northern Virginia (incase any good DTV installers are too!) I currently have a SWM3 dish up on the roof, with a single cable coming down off the roof and then connecting to a single coax cable coming inside the house which then runs through a finished basement (in the ceiling) and into a box where all the coax cable collects. DTV is coming out in a few weeks to install a SWM16 because I am getting a Genie and will be using 9 tuners. Since there is only 1 cable going inside and adding a 2nd cable to go inside would require running it through finished space in the basement - am I in trouble - is there anything else I can do? Also - since the dish has an integrated SWM8 and only 1 cable comes down off the roof, should the installer put the SWM16 up by the dish (so only 2 cables need to come down off the roof) - or should they run all 4 down so the SWM16 is down near the ground? Not sure which is the best solution. I am thinking a solution may be to move the dish to the other side of the house and have them run 2 new cables inside the house, which is all unfinished space and wouldn't be too difficult to run 2 cables to the box. If they do that - what should I ask the installer to do with the original dish and mount? Should I just have them leave it or should they remove it (and what should I ensure they do to make sure there is no leaking)? Obviously I'd prefer them to remove it, but I worry it could cause issues if they remove it. On the other side of the house, which actually faces South-West I might be able to have them mount it on the side of the house instead of the roof - is that OK? Not sure if there will be issues because of a neighbor's tree so it may need to be on the roof regardless. Sorry for all the questions, I know there are a lot of knowledgeable installers here and wanted to get your advice. Thanks so much for your help! EDIT - Added Pictures! This is where the coax comes into the house - you can see the small basement window in the background: On the inside - the basement is finished, the coax should come in somewhere near the circuit breaker box: Turning directly around, the coax runs to the room you can barely see on the left. This is where the coax collects, including the one that goes outside, note the other small basement window in the background: In this picture you can see where the dish is mounted, the single wire from the SWM-3 LNB runs down and towards the front of the house where it connects to the cable going inside. You can also see how wide the house is - so I don't know if running the coax all the way to the other side of the house would make sense. Here is the other side of the house - note the small basement window - my only concern about this side is the neighbor's tree. The higher part of the roof maybe just fine but the lower part of the roof where it'd be preferable for easier access is probably blocked by that tree. Note the small basement window, that is the window that you see in the picture of where the coax collects - if I run 4 wires through that side, it'd be completely unfinished and relatively easy to run the coax over to where all the rest of the coax collects. Here is a front view of the house - you can see the lower roof where the dish could go - but the tree is probably blocking LOS so it'd have to be on the higher part of the roof: Let me know if there are any other pictures I could take to help!