I've been holding off getting a satellite system because I currently have 9 TVs in my house and don't want to have to get receivers for all of them. I've been considering getting a system with a RF Modulator to send the audio and video to the TVs. Since the coax quality won't be as good, I was thinking about having one or two directly hooked up to key sets. The modulators I have seen are from Channel Vision (http://www.channelvision.com) and Channel Plus (http://www.channelplus.com/). This would enable me to have two "channels" of satellite that could be viewed on channels on all TVs (i.e. Ch. 70 & 72). There are a few issues with this however: 1. I need to have the ability to control the receiver(s) from any room. I'm trying no keep the costs not too high, and since I'm using an existing house I don't really have the ability of running new bundles of cable for this control. So, I'm looking at using an RF remote. I've been told that RCA's UltimateTV receiver has the ability to have an RF remote, but I can't find any information on this. Even if it can, I'm wondering what the range will be. Can I put the receiver in one end of the basement and access it on the top (2 floors up) floor? 2. I assume that the best place to install the receiver is at the distribution point for cable (my basement). 3. Has anyone seen the quality that can be passed through a system such as this? Is it worth it? 4. I was thinking of the UltimateTV system because I believe that both have the ability to output two different channels over two different S-Video/Composite video connections. As such, it seems that this would allow me to only install one receiver to have the ability to view 2 independant channels on any TV. Is this allowed on all UltimateTV receivers? 5. Do you know of any other DSS receivers that allow an RF remote control? 6. Is there another control system that will work wirelessly for the application? I was thinking that an RF to IR system wouldn't work well enough. 7. Has anyone done this sort of installation? If so, are there any pros/cons/issues that I haven't listed here? Thanks a lot.