I am awaiting delivery of a Samsung 32" lcd for use in the bedroom. I have one other TV downstairs with a Sky HD box. I have no intention of getting multi-room Sky although it would be handy to have another Sky + box as I detest watching adverts, and prefer to watch recorded TV. So what I would like to do is pipe the signal from the Sky HD box via the RF2 out, I guess I won't be able to watch HD through that but I ain't bothered, and get a TV link to enable me to use the Sky HD box remote upstairs. This leads me to my other question do you just tune in the Sky signal via the RF2 out to the analogue tuner on the TV pretty much like you used to do with an old VCR? If I connect the RF lead from the Sky box downstairs to the RF in on the TV how will I be able to watch the in-built freeview tuner on the TV. Will I have to buy some kind of signal splitter to allow 2 RF connections be connected to the TV at once. Or is an external freeview box with scart or hdmi out an easier alternative? Alternatively I have another spare Sky digi box, so I could use this for the upstairs TV for free to air channels instead instead of freeview. I know I will already have the signal from the downstairs Sky HD box, but sometimes we will want to watch different things on the TV's so another signal source is required. The problem I see with having another Sky digi-box is that when I use the remote to change the channel, will it not send a signal via the TV link and change the Sky HD box channel downstairs when I do not want it to? Sorry for the dumb questions but I am not that clued up, although I am sure that there are simple solutions that I am not yet aware of.