I'm getting Sky digital installed in a couple of weeks time. Luckily I think the dish can be attached to the wall that leads downs to the tv corner of the lounge. However I have a couple of questions: (1) Can I insist that the engineer runs the cable down the wall cavity from the point the dish is attached to? The reason I ask is that I have already ran the normal tv cable down this wall from the roof aerial so there shouldn't be a problem, plus I don't want the cable to run down the side of the house, I prefer for the cable to be hidden. (2) When the cable comes through into the lounge, can I insist that the cable is attached to a satellite output wall socket? Then I can simply plug the set top box into the wall socket. Do Sky supply these wall sockets? It is just that we have brass sockets for everything in the lounge and I spotted a satellite socket at B&Q and was thinking about buying one. I have also taken the precaution of already setting up a phone socket right next to the tv so should I do the same for the satellite brass socket? Then the engineer can just drop the cable down the cavity, I will already have made a hole in the wall for the brass socket so it would just be a matter of connecting the cable to the socket and screwing the brass satellite socket into the back box. Can anyone offer any advice? Thanks in advance.