Im considering having SKY+ installed in my new build house soon, and have some questions that recent adopters may be able to help answer with before I get on the phone to the SKY call centre drones. Everyone else in my street has the std Sky dish installed just under the soffit, which Im happy enough with, and as I estimate the height is less than 30 feet, doesnt require a 2 man job. They also all have the single cable (non Sky+ install ?) running around the outside of the house and then straight through the wall into living room where the receiver box is, which I think looks unsightly Ideally I would like to have the (dual SKY+ cable?)e run from the dish into the soffit and then across the loft and then down the wall cavity along with the std coax aerial to arrive beside the current TV wall socket. As I have a well lit and floored loft, access shouldnt be a problem. I expect that the installer wont be interested in doing a 'homer' to to this for me, but is he likely to be happy to pass the cable into the loft, and then I will run it down to the livingroom socket, where he can hook up the end from? Or alternatively, if I buy the cable in advance and run it, will he be happy to test and connect them up on the day? Whats other peoples experience of the dealing with the standard installers to have a 'custom' install done?