OK, I'm VERY confused. So as to keep this short, let me just say I was talking with a Tech Rep at Direct TV this morning about a remote control issue. Somehow the conversation changed to the Genie in my Family Room. I told her that I had two TV's hooked up to my Genie, and she indicated that it was "illegal". She said not to tell her that. Well, being blonde, I persued it because I could not understand what could possibly be ILLEGAL about my arrangement. I have one Genie with two OUT TO TV's. My 65" Panasonic Plasma uses the HDMI out and my smaller Samsung LED uses the Component (or whatever it's called). I have this configuration because my plasma uses a lot of electricity and being home and disabled my electric bill went sky high because I have the TV on from 6 AM to 10 PM. So last year I purchased the smaller LED TV which I only watch during the day for news or other stuff. This has helped with my electric bill. Then towards evening I turn off my LED and turn on my plasma. Why would it be ILLEGAL for me to use my Genie (or any receiver) to support two TV's (both mounted on the wall and very near each other in the same room)???? I mean it's the same programming, etc. when they're both on. P.S. She said one other thing that concerned me. She said if ever an HDMI connection failed, I would HAVE to use the component connection. She said Direct TV will not change out a receiver due to an HDMI failure. Does that work for 3D and isn't that of lesser quality for HD viewing? If the component connection is lesser I would probably quit Direct TV after 15 years of service. I mean I'm not sure what to think of both of these statements. P.P.S Now if because of what I posted here I'm in some kind of trouble, I guess I'll be forced to switch to Dish (unwillingly).