We've been with Sky for five years and our Sky+ box is failing fast. A bit like me. Mr Murdoch has also emptied our bank account. We're therefore about to tell Sky that we're leaving, and that we're going to watch Freesat instead, because our TV is a Sony KDL 37VB58, which has Freesat (not Freeview) built-in. But. . . A problem: The back of this TV set has a single connector post onto which is to be screwed a single cable from a satellite dish. But when a Sky engineer installed our dish and Sky+ box in 2010, he used a twin-ply cable, i.e., one that splits into two so as to connect to the two sockets on the back of the Sky+ box. Help appreciated then: how do we go about turning a twin-connector satellite cable to the Sky+ unit into a single connector satellite cable that can be screwed onto the post at the back of the Sony KDL-37V58?? Mrs S seems to think that I ought to climb out the window to disconnect the existing cable from the dish and stick in a new one. I think she regrets not marrying an astronaut.