As Jeff said, cheaper to use the provider's whole home solutions... but, there are limits. I think DTV can only do 4 TVs, maybe 6, on a standard install. The SWM can't handle anymore than that. Going above and beyond will require extra. And I'm sure you know, but if you go DTV/Dish, you also need Comcast for internet. So plan accordingly with your RG6 runs into the house.
My damn condo developer ran a single RG6 into my unit from the distribution hub in the garage. I wanted DTV, mostly for the NFL Ticket, but also their whole home solution and ability to record up to 4 shows at once (thx to my GF and her reality shows, I can never record anything). I'm a Steelers fan living in Chicago, so I have to watch more than half of the games from the bar, and I'd much rather watch them at home. Anyways... Comcast lines come into the garage where they hit modems for each of the condo buildings. The modem sends the phone lines over to the phone hub right next to it (and then into my unit via Cat6) and sends the data/TV signals up to my unit. Well, hooking up DTV required unhooking the Comcast line, so no internet, that is until I got smart. Went to the distribution hub, cut my Cat6 line from the phone hub, secured my personal modem to the board, plugged in the Cat6, and poof, internet again! No phone anymore, but who uses home phones anymore?
Anyways, reach out to DTV et al. You might have to combine their solution with your own distribution network. And do you really need 10 TVs? I'm a strong proponent of no TV in the kids' rooms. Kids are getting fat... they need to be outside more!