Chnlse-- I have an '02 Mountain Aire. The coax cable tv plug in, by the power cord, goes to your entertainment selector box (or the satellite receiver) in the front, upper cabinet (in my rig). lt then goes through the selector and goes to the rear tv. I got rid of the sony selector box, added a second Satellite receiver in the rear, and put a dual LNB on the KVH dome. I ran a second coax cable to the second Sat receiver. I have two independent TV's now. If trees are in the way- which is almost always, I put out my tripod, with a dual LNB antenna, (I have direct TV), and put one input into the cable TV coax input and the second one into the rear satellite receiver-- I put a double female connector into the rear cap of the motor home and simply unscrew the second receiver cable from the KVH antenna and screw on the second external antenna coax into this double female fitting. I use an A-B switch to shift from the KVH up front to the external antenna located clear of the trees,etc. My Winegard bat wing antenna works fine and both TV's are able to switch back and forth from satellite to local channels independetly of each other. My next challenge is HD in the future. That field is constantly changing as far as automatic dome coverage for multiple satellites is concerned. I'll wait till it smoothes out. I'm not a TV Tech but this set up serves me well in-- two rigs now. If you come through Virginia (near Richmond) anytime soon, send me an email, through this, site and I can direct you to an outstanding guy in that area that can set you. Good luck, Max H
2002 Newmar Mountain Aire, 37', 3778, W-22, 8.1 Vortac, Ultra Power upgrade, CAI (cold air intake), Taylor wires, colder plugs, Koni shocks.