Looking forward to getting HD from Sky (whether straight away - or a little later depending on cost). At present I have a CRT connected to Sky+. I am in the process of ordering 2 new LCD TVs for installation via the RF2 outlet from Sky (have a quote to install the second outlet in 2 rooms with eye-link). The TVs I have ordered at both HD compatable, though with Sky+ at present they will just get a standard RF feed. The following questions are of interest to me, now and in the future, and I wondered what people had heard/or would guess to be the answers: 1) Will Sky HD require new cabling from the dish to the box, or with exisiting Sky+ cable work? 2) Will Sky HD have the option to have a second output to another room in HD? Or as with the RGB at present, only the primary device can do this? 3) As I have yet to find a HD large screen set (37+) I am happy to buy at present, I can see the possibility of having a HD ready and non HD ready display unit connected to the Sky HD box at the start. Any ideas what would happen to the display on the non-HD ready set if it was tuned to the HD channel (I often have the TV on in two rooms e.g. football, if I am working round the house). I do not ideally want to wire the Sky system round the house for the current setup to then have to change it once HD comes in. But at the same time if I have HD ready TVs in other rooms I would like Sky HD to be able to send a HD ready picture to them. Any thoughts?