It's been a long time since I visited on this forum - although I have gotten allot of good information from the folks here. I hope this is the right spot for it. I have had a Toshiba 57HX81 16.9 for some time and I have generally been happy with Dish. Tonight my wife and I decided we would like to have HDTV. I have been told a couple of things from Dish I would like to confirm. I also talked to a local Dish installer who told me to verify the following. 1. There is no longer a requirement for a Super dish replacement dish. The installer says that in our area (Oregon), we can get full benefit using our dish 500. 2. I have a SW64 switch using the two dual Legacy LMB's. The installer says he is not sure that the 811 receiver which I bought is backward compatible with both of these items. Dish tech support says they are fully compatible - so all I really need to do is have the 811 hooked up and the HD programming. Can someone confirm this? I would like to get this system up with as little disruption as possible. Dish is replacing my standard receiver with the 811 and installing it for 149.00. Since I saw the 811 on the Dishnet web site for 399 as a stand alone - this sounds like a really good deal. Comment - all appreciated.