Advertisements I have a Sony SAT-T60 and a DirecTV HR10-250. I'm moving into a new condo where DirecTV signal comes from a single satellite on the roof via a third-party service provider. They're telling me the signal is different, and I can only use a new DirecTV receiver eg D12, R16, or H23-700 -- they can't provide the "analog" signal my old Tivos need. There's only one cable that comes out of the wall. When he sensed my resistance to giving up my old units, he said he could provide old signal, but because it's only one cable, I can only have one tuner. That's just differently-useless... Is there really a newer kind of receiver signaling? Am I screwed? I've been with DirecTV since 2002, but I went with them in the first place because they had the best Tivo experience. I can get Comcast in the building; is it time to switch providers and get a new Tivo?