Due to the communal dish I am not permitted to install a dish outside my apartment, however i found this post in a search from this forum in 2002. ''''''There will be a cost in getting a Second feed installed and as you have access to a communial dish, that would be your best option. It may be as simple as disconnecting the Analogue Cable to the UHF Roof Aireal and connecting it to a feed off the distibution box for the communial dish. It may be as complex as having to thread a new cable throgh the building. You need to find out how easy it would be to run a second feed from the distribution box of the communial dish. Whether the owners of the flat complex will allow you to do this. At what cost to you and if your landlord would be willing to pay for it (most unlikely), splt the costs or require you to pay the full cost (more than a good chance). If the block owners will not/cannot run a new second feed, you will have to look at the option of converting the TV Arieal cable into a second feed. The Sky line of thinking is that you must not break the cble from dish to box BUT I use F-Connection Termination plates in my installation at home and have had no problems what so ever. If the Arieal socket and the Sky socket are next to each other, great. This option depends on the configuration and location of the areial distribution to the Sky Distribution. You may be able to run a fly-lead from your cable to the Sky feed and use that. Not recommended but in theory at least should work. As to using a dish through the window, that would be a last resort option and you will have to use an independent installer. Explain exactly what you require and if you find somebody willing to try, make sure you can at least get the cost of the Sky+ box back if it fails. If you can only get a single feed but must have PVR features, Tivo would be a good option to look at. It will not record one channel while watching another but you can watch a recorded channel while recording another. Running a cable from your neighbour would work unless of course they already have Sky and are using the feed. Good luck, Guy ''''''''''''' Now i have a central panel in the apartment that has lots of different connections incl the sky connector (however this is not sky + compatible im told) but what exactly is guy explaining above about using the tv aerial feeds, As I have on my control panel - 2 X tv, 1 X Return, 1 X Spare, 1 X FM and 1 X Sat. I think he's saying that i can transform one of the TV ports into a Sat port by disconnecting it at the aerial end and swap it onto the sat distribution box, but 1)would this work and 2) does the second sat feed for sky plus just plug into the old tv port. I will solve this sky + issue!!!