I'm having NTL come in and install a digital box next Tuesday, and am currently thinking about how they will cable it. Currently, the incoming signal box is in an upstairs room at the front of the house. It's there because it was put in a couple of years ago for broadband. Now I want the TV, cabling is a little tricky. The options the way I see it at the moment are as follows: 1. Cable runs from first floor room, all down the stairs, across the hall, across the lounge and eventually into the STB. 2. Cable runs from first floor room out of the house, down the front external wall, back into the house, across the hall, across the lounge and into the STB. A third option struck me, and that's that they run the cable up into the loft and connect it to the existing TV aerial lead which feeds into the lounge. A cable can then run from the wall point to the STB. I don't know what spec the existing TV cable is, but I doubt it's anything fantastic. Then I thought of a final option. I could get up in the loft, and attempt to run a length of RG59 cable through so that it comes out in the lounge. I'd put a wall plate in, and then the cable to the STB can run from there. I have more than enough RG59 cable, but I don't know if it's going to be suitable for this purpose. If it's not really going to be up to the job, I'd rather find out before I spend a few hours in the loft trying to feed cable through the wall space. On a kind of related nore, if I were to get a second STB in the future, how is it connected? Is the feed from the NTL box split to the two STBs, or is a cable run from the first STB onto the second?