...having Freeview in the PC room/office Not sure if this is the right forum, but here goes anyway.... When I moved in last month I couldn't get any TV signal. Turns out I had "local cable" provided free by NTL when the place was built however long ago. I couldn't get anything off this except 4 poor reception analogue channels, and considering I had already bought a nice Freeview PVR etc I decided to have an aerial put on the roof. Anyway. There are three TV points in the house - sitting room, bedroom 1 and bedroom 2 (which is now the PC room). Each of these points consisted of a box on the wall with F type terminals labled TV and FM. Outside the house these three cables came to another junction box connected to a coax cable coming out the ground - the "local TV cable" So we just unplugged that, and plugged it into the new aerial coax cable and presto - digital TV in every room via Freeview. Now - the lad from Virgin come today, and of course - he needs to use the "local cable" coming out the ground to pipe in the broadband. So we unplugged the coax that runs from the aerial splitter to the 2nd bedroom (PC room) and connected it to the local cable coax. Sorted - I now have 2mb cable broadband in my PC room. But, I now don't have a TV input for my freeview box!!! The only thing I can think of is drilling through the wall from the outside, alongside the existing coax cable (that goes through the wall from the outside into the 2nd bedroom) and connecting a coax to the now vacant f-type port on the aerial splitter to pipe an RF tv signal into the 2nd bedroom - which means 1) hole in wall, 2) a new coax run down outside wall and 3) a new "RF point" wall plate/box thingy..... Any other ideas besides this? Not sure if I want to drill holes in my brand new house LOL!!!