OK, I'm looking for some advice here. First off, I'm not very good with the technicalities of satellite TV. I lost my signal last fall and when winter came it was perfect again. So I attributed it to a tree getting in the way (was also a lot worse on windy days). Anyway, spring came around and I again lost the signal because the leaves came back. I eyeballed where I thought the tree was and took 2 of them down. After taking them down, I now find myself still dismayed because there is still no signal. I don't want to get into a situation where I am just chopping down trees left and right. I was wondering if there is some tool that maybe Radio Shack or someplace sells where I can get up on the roof (which is another problem because I have height issues) and use a tool to pinpoint which tree it is that is blocking the signal. I don't want to pay a dishnetwork guy to come out and tell me that it is "x" tree I need to get rid of and then pay him $75 to tell me that. Any advice is appreciated.