Hi. This is my maiden post, so please be gentle. Today my husband finally got around to replace our rather old TV splitter with an 8 Way Labgear HDU681 TV Distribution System. If any of your have any experience of setting one of these up, I'd be pleased to hear from you. Previously we had a magic eye set up on our main TV and the digital bypass lead was connected to the tv splitter fairly easily. ( Not so with the Labgear unit.) Our digibox is hidden away in a cupboard, which is located behind the wall that our main TV is mounted upon. The magic eye sits on top and it saves us having the digibox in the same room. We have yet to fathom out how the bypass lead fits in to the setup of the new system. My husband has fitted a 3 way screened faceplate (TV, SAT & FM/DAB). The main aerial is attached to the UHF socket on the distribution unit and the sky dish aerial is attached to the LNB2 socket. The combined signal lead has then been connected to the 3 way face plate. A separate lead is then plugged into the SAT socket on the faceplate and connects to the back of the digibox. The Up Link has a lead running from it which runs down and is connected into the RF2 out socket on the back of the digibox (as we have no RETURN socket on the face plate for it to run from). Our other TV's are connected by the OUT1, OUT2 sockets, etc. At the moment we are having to run into the cupboard each time we want to change channel and so are keen to try and sort it out asap. Furthermore, we have been unable to tune any of our TV's that have built-in Freeview, so we have another problem that needs someone's good advice. I'd love to hear from anyone who might be able to help, Thanks in advance.