Hello all, here is my situation. I have my Sky+ box downstairs connected to my primary tv. I am running a coaxial cable from one of the two RF out sockets on the back of the sky box into a 3-way splitter in the loft, shared with the television and radio aerials. The splitter then goes into a standard tv booster. There are then RF coaxial cables sent out of the booster to secondary tv's in the bedrooms. The problem is, the sky signal is very weak on both of the secondary bedroom tv's when tuned into the box. The signal is improved if the Sky coaxial cable goes directly into the booster avoiding the splitter shared with the 2 roof aerials. However, these arials need to be used, so leaving them out of the circuit is not an option. I have tried adding up to 2 boosters before entering a secondary tv, but the picture quality is not enhanced. I understand RF quality deteriorates over distance, but this is usually rectified with boosters, except in this case. Can anyone offer advice on how to enhance the sky signal to the secondary TVs? Thanks, CFS.