I am moving into a townhome in the middle of October. It was built in 2001 so it isn't new construction or anything like that. I am intending to purchase a Denon AVR-5803 once the move is completed. I have a few questions about multi-zone capability and what it consists of since this will be my first home! My main 'theater' area is going to be in a loft upstairs. Wiring this will be relatively straight forward. I may stick with my 5.1 surround set-up but am also contemplating either 6.1 or 7.1 with the addition of this new receiver. I would like to add a second TV in the formal living room... nothing too obtrusive. Perhaps a small LCD TV as it will be my girlfriend's formal living space. However, it is something that may be utilized if we want to watch two different programs. I am also contemplating the addition of a small LCD TV in our bathroom. There will not be any surround set-up in either the formal living space or the bathroom (obviously). The main loft area I described earlier will be utilizing for movie viewing. As a video source, I intend to add VOOM satellite service. With that said, I would like the satellite service to be routed to each of the three rooms I already mentioned. 1. I am assuming that if each of the three sets want to watch independent programming then I would need three receivers, correct? If I don't go that route, would it be at all possible to simply have the TV in the bathroom be set to the same programming as one of the other two TV's I intend on adding?? Would I speak to the VOOM installer about that?? 2. The bathroom: I would like to mount in-ceiling speakers in the bathroom. Since there won't be any surround set-up, I would just like to have a simple pair of stereo speakers installed. The speakers will be used for the video source on the TV as well as audio either via a CD or the radio. If I only obtain two receivers and have this room play the same video source as one of the two other TV's, is it still possible to have this room play a different audio source? i.e., me listening to a CD in the loft with my girlfriend listening to her favorite radio station while taking a bath, for example. 3. I have seen different wall-mount volume controls in various catalogs. I would assume this would also be necessary if any one of the additional rooms wanted a different volume level. The loft would not be an issue since I plan on putting the Denon up there. The bathroom, however, I would assume would need one of these. i.e., Perhaps my girlfriend taking a bath would not want to listen to the volume at the same as the master volume on the Denon. Do I have this correct or am I completely off base here?? Sorry for the lengthy post. I just want to insure that I understand this concept before moving in. I intend to have VOOM come out immediately upon moving in and install the satellite service. I am assuming they will run cable (for an additional cost, of course) to the various rooms that I want service?? Or no?? And by running cable into those rooms, I am assuming they would also have to install individual RF wall mounts? There is not one in the bathroom for sure. And I am not positive if there is one in the formal downstairs living area. Thanks in advance if any of you might be able to lend some info... Scott.