I usually adhere to "If it's not broken, don't fix it", but the time has come to finally upgrade my DTV equipment. I bought a 4K UHD TV about 2 years ago (Samsung UN65JS8500) and given DirecTV is beginning to offer more 4K content, I guess it's time to enable that in my system. I'm eligible for an upgrade, so that part is covered. I have the following equipment: HR21-200 (attached to the 4K UHD TV) HR24-500 (in my man cave) H21-100 (bedroom) So, if I call and ask for an upgrade, as I understand it, I'll need to get an HR54 Genie or HS17 Genie2 to support my 4K UHD TV. Based on what I've read, it seems like the boxes in the man cave and bedroom will also need to be replaced with Genie minis. Could I retain the HR24-500? Any advantage to doing that? My Samsung TV appears to be on the list of Direct TV Ready 4K TVs. So, no box needed or should I ask for a Genie mini? Knowing how DirecTV does business, I'm assuming they'd push an HR54 at me and not an HS17 which they'll give to new subscribers. Do I just take the HR54 or push for the HS17? Anyone have any success asking for the HS17 as part of an upgrade? Anything else I should specifically ask for?