I am interested in Sky Multi-room (probably with Sky +) and am looking for advice on setup. Background I have been a Sky user for around 10 years and originally se-up my own analogue sky receiver/decoder (Pace 200) and connection. The Dish (800mm) was situated at the back of my brick built garage and attached, using a s pole, to the rear wall. I ran the cable through my garage, 5m under ground and through and outside wall to be presented in my lounge on a standard wall plate with a F connector. When Sky came to install digital (around 5 years ago) the engineer adapted my pole at the rear of the garage and installed a new type 2 dish and lnb to my cable. This has worked fine with a Pace digi-box and is easily adjusted as the dish is positioned 1.5m from the ground. What I need to know How does the second digi-box receive its signal From the dish/lnb needing another cable run from the rear of my garage and a new lnb? the 2nd F connector on the existing box? splitting the cable, either in my garage or house? I intend putting the my old digi-box in my sons room and the new box (Sky+) in the living room. We have not had a phone connection, to the Sky box for years (after first 12 months) and utilise cordless phones up stairs for land line calls. (although mostly mobiles) What is the rules regarding phone connection, as it will be difficult to have a point in my sons bedroom. I hope someone can give me help on the above, as I would like to set this up soon. Thanks in advance Zander btw I subscribe to Sky Family + Sports and expect to pay for the Sky+ box and only an additional £10 pm for the multi-room and Sky+ as I have Premium channels.