We've just upgraded one of our Bell ExpressVu receivers to a 5900 PVR setup. The main purpose was for my wife to use it to record her soaps etc, as the VCR in her TV room was dying, and the sat receiver was also on the fritz. So far we love it and it is going to really spoil us. BUT, just below her tv room is my home theater. And the Bell PVR receiver has Dolby Digital output which she can't use upstairs but I could sure use downstairs! The output is optical, and it doesn't seem feasable (or economical) to run an optical cable through the floor and down the inside of the wall. Here are my options as I see them... 1. Leave PVR upstairs and regular sat downstairs and don't utilize the DD output. 2. Run optical and coax cables to downstairs and use an extra input on my TV. Not even sure how long of an optical cable is available, but the price would be out of my range. 3. Move the PVR to downstairs and run coax up to the TV above. (The UHF remote seems to work okay from one floor to the other). Wouldn't be able to see if the unit was on or recording while upstairs though, but it should work. Has anybody else been in this situation? I hate having features and not utilizing them, especially when it comes to audio/video. Any ideas I've missed?