My analogue TV signal isn't great (Teletext unusable on BBC1, plus ghosting on 1-4 for example), and I'm worried that I'd also have problems with digital from the same setup. The (loft mounted) aeriel and associated cabling has most likely been present for the life of the house (25 years), and so probably isn't the best. With this in mind, I'm planning on replacing the aerial & coaxial cable, but after spending some time searching the forums and looking on a few websites, I'm a bit confused as to exactly what I need. For the aerial itself, I'm looking at what Maplin have to offer - most likely the most powerful one they do (Philex Extra Gain Wideband Aerial, code XQ42V, £39.99). As for the rest, I'm not sure. I'm wary of getting the recommended installation kit (Maplin code L74AN) as the coaxial supplied may well be no better than what I have, making this all a bit pointless, unless anyone knows different? Assuming this kit isn't worth the effort, what should I be looking to buy exactly, and from where? Currently the aerial terminates in a (presumably bog standard) wall plate, which I know isn't great but I'd like to keep one if possible. I have seen replacement wall plates on www.satcure.com, but that site is what's confused me as I don't know which I'd need if any, and from that which coaxial I'd need to go to the aerial, and then how to connect the thing on the other end to the TV/reciever. So, advice of exactly what I'd need and where to get it would be most appreciated, at the moment I'm just sitting here not really knowing where to start, and I don't want to start buying stuff only to find I've missed something important. Thanks in advance.