Right i have connected a digieye up to RF2 and this worked fine, but yesterday bought a Thomson wireless video sender for another room, ever since this has been installed the digieye works very slowly when you use the remote.
you didnt accidently knock the rf2 cable slightly when installing the sender, if the rf2 connection wasnt made up that well then its possible that is your problem, check the connection on rf2 both ends first mate then post back if still problematic
I have a similar problem with an AEI Digisender.
When it is switched on my NTL remote for the Pace STB doesn't work correctly - it's also very slow.Havn't found a fix for it yet apart from leaving the sender switched off when not needed.
geezer if its only sly you want run to another additional room you may be better off getting another cable run and fit an f120 amp, I find that the wireless senders arent as good for picture quality unless your really lucky with interference etc
Ps sounds like the sender led is interfering with the sky stb led