Perfect timing, we're moving house just as my first year subscription is up. Do you: 1. junk sky and try to find a similar all in 1 offer for the same price?* 2. renew your deal with sky and carry on? We've got Plus and Broadband for the £16/month. However sky write to me and say it goes up £5/month unless I choose to add Talk - which we're happy to. Im inclined to junk sky because well it seems a swizz (as mentioned in other thread about recording). The bonus of Plus, is that the missus can use it (opposed to the dvd-hdd). The plus box, not yet a year old, freezes up ; I guess i should get a technician out, whilst under warranty. MOVING; so how easy is it to move? On the sky site i can see mention of £60 setup fee. I get the idea sky like to HIT existing customers. However, the new house might need a pole to be mounted on... so guess I'll be onto ebay to buy a half cobbled pole. Total cost rising to more like £100. ... is there a cheaper way? Can a non sky person set up a digital satelite; do local TV shops often to it (and well)? *at the new house, as far as im aware, Cable is not present. And im sure theres no fibre optic malarky; so virgin are out??!!?? **NB: other than drops at peak time, the internet is fine; not the quoted 2mb, but adequate and the Wireless router faultless. I'd upgrade to HD for £49, if it was worth my while, but we dont own a HD set, and there arent many hd channels and worse still we dont want to pay the extra £10/m; the plan being that in a years time we'll go Free-sat. 3. Hmmm, would buying a Humax freesat now make sense? I presume you could use the sky dish that I own, right? And the signal - can i feed this to my non-hd-ready tv??? Can you get Discovery on freesat?