My elderly neighbour has the basic Sky installation - the one that you pay (or at least used to) a one-off £150 for. No further charges or subscriptions, and I believe she now owns the dish and the Sky box. She wants to change the layout of her living room which will include moving the TV and Sky box to the opposite side of the room. But, she wants to be able to move it back again in the future - she is planning some kind of summer/winter change!! She doesn't want any kind of "extension cable" to take the Sky feed across to the second location, so the question is, how can this be done?? I have a very limited knowledge of Sky installations (I don't have it myself) but hopefully my questions will make sense!!! Could a second cable be run from the dish to the new location, leaving the original in place?? Would this require a new/replacement LNB (or does the basic one have provision for 2 feeds)?? Would there be any problem with her current "contract" - she will only ever have the one box so it would obviously only be used on one connection at a time?? She has contacted a number of local aerial/Sky installers but they have not been very helpful. Any advice greatly appreciated. George.