Hi guys, I'm sure this question has been asked hundreds of times, but please bear with me -I have searched these forums and the web for quite some time but still need a little help. I have Sky +HD in a back room, the Sky dish is attached to the wall on the outside of this room. The twin cable runs about 15m from the dish to my Sky HD box. I'd like to move the Sky box to our (now decorated) main lounge which unfortunately is at the other end of the house. At the moment to get Sky in the lounge I have run a simple coax cable from the Sky box RF2 (in the back room) up into the roof space and down into the lounge via a magic eye -but the picture quality isnt great at all. The coax cable is about 25m-30m in length. I'm totally missing the HD quality. What is the best way to get Sky HD moved approx 25m-30m into another room? I was planning on buying about 30m of WF100 twin cable, attaching this to the twin cable already coming from the dish and running it to the lounge via the roofspace but I'm worried 30m of cable might degrade the quality and some HD channels may not work? Is amazon OK for buying such a cable? Hopefully I don't need to move the dish? Apologies for the long post. If you have read this far -thanks!!