I've recently had Sky+ installed and moved the old box to a spare room. The Sky+ box UHF output (RF-OUT2) is routed to the TV in our bedroom and a "TV-link" is installed. Now, I would like to combine the UHF outputs from the Sky+ box and the Sky box and route them to our bedroom (and maybe our son's bedroom in the future if he's very very good!), so we can then choose to view either box that isn't being used. I don't seem to be able to find anything that will combine the UHF signals AND pass the "TV-link" signals back to the boxes - anyone got any ideas? It seems that in theory this should be possible, since the Sky+ box and the Sky box use different remote control signals. Ideally, I want to pass the IR signal back down coax rather than add any IR sender "pyramid" things. I understand that I can distribute the UHF round the house to other rooms using the distribution amplifiers available from Maplins, which will operate with TV-links connected on the outputs. Thanks for any help.