After years of Directv nagging me to upgrade my equipment, we have finally moved in that direction. We currently have the original RCA dish from 2004 and our original receivers: 1 Hughes HTL-HD 3 RCA DRD435RH (1 enabled, 2 currently disabled) We will be getting a new dish, an HD-DVR and a non-DVR HD receiver, whole home DVR and the internet connection kit. We were supposed to get an additional Standard DVR (for when my daughter and her husband moves back in a few months from now), but that never made it onto the order. Instead of cancelling the order and having to create a new order, the second CSR made a note that we were supposed to be able to get an additional receiver free of charge, later on down the line. When the installer was out last week (just to tell me that they didn't have the equipment for the install) he indicated that we would be getting the SWM LNB with the single line coming into the house. Have I understood correctly that with this setup, we will not be able to have our OTA access in these downstairs rooms (since we cannot get an additional coax to these areas and will no longer be able to diplex?) If so ... that's a real bummer as my husband's audio receiver, that I use to listen to the radio all day, is connected to that rooftop antenna as well. In addition, there is a local channel, on which he watches Frazier re-runs every night, that we cannot get through Directv. We can run additional coax in the upstairs rooms (or use one of those existing lines to connect a TV to the roof-top antenna) so that we have a OTA backup for days like yesterday, when the satellite was out for at least 30 minutes because of cloud cover. However, we would still like the option of being able to get OTA downstairs. Should I forget about that possibility? Of course, we will adjust without the OTA downstairs ... but still ... Directv has nagged us for 2 years to do this, and now my head is spinning as I try to sort out the different scenarios and what we will have to do to recreate the capabilities that we currently have. I'm not sure what we are going to need to do for decent radio access downstairs. Twenty year old equipment does have its limitations.