I am thinking of upgrading to Sky + in the next 6 months and as I am having a dedicated HC room built I am will probably have the main hub within this room. However I need to distribute the signal from the box to my 32" Philips in the Living Room, to a LCD in the bedroom and to an LCD on the kitchen. I have been looking at several different methods of getting this thru-out the house with liitle to no signal loss. One solution would be to attach a Sky Quad LNB which has 4 distribution outputs from the dish. This would leave me with one TV to connect as the Sky + box takes 2 lines. This I could do via the coax cable from the box to a magic eye in the kitchen (even though this will be mono, it's only for a kitchen TV!!) Has anyone had any experience with a quad hub and things I should be aware of. Also, if I connect the Living room TV and the bedroom TV could I still switch channels from the Sky + box? I was thinking of the Cat 5 option, but I couldn't think of how to distribute the picture signal plus I don't think it's an option as it would be more difficult for an internal ditribution of the cable. Does anyone know whether it would be cheaper to upgrade to the Sky + box/LNB myself rather than going thru SKY for the equipment and install??