I am on the verge of getting SKY+ and possibly multiroom, and want to know how multiroom works (I know you can view sky in other rooms using my existing SKY box). Will I get the SAME level of subscription i am on at the moment (£41 a month) for BOTH boxes, and will I be able to view DIFFERENT channels on each box ?? My 4 year old watches the cartoons but I want to be able to watch the footie on a Sunday afternoon on a different telly using the older SKY box once it has been relocated. Will SKY install additional SKY co-ax cable for the relocated older box ?? - (though I have pre installed a"tv" aerial point where I want the relocated box to go to linked to where I want the SKY+ box to go to, so can this be used instead??) I was on the understanding that as SKY + has TWO receivers, then I would need 2 co-ax cables to the new SKY+ box, but what about the relocated box ?? - will I end up with THREE cables from the dish (2 to SKY+ and 1 to relocated box) or will I need a cable out of the SKY+ box round to the relocated box ?? If I CAN watch different channels on each telly, then given the different price of having multimroom (£149 box and free fitting and £10 subs each month for 12 mths - TOTAL price £269) or not having multiroom £199 bos and £60 fitting - TOTAL price £259), then I could get an extra subscription for £10 for the WHOLE year, AND have the box relocated for me, and then have a SKY card to view the free channels after I cancel multiroom after 12 months. HELP........ PLEASE advise.