I am not sure this is the right forum for this, but here goes anyway. Just move if necessary. I just moved and decided to go satellite instead of cable. The house already had a standard DTV dish installed, but I want to be ready for my new TV so I wanted a HDTV setup. SO, I went to Circuit City and bought the equipment. THey were very confused on how to ring this up and it took over an hour. Finally, I get home with my equipment and now I have to call for installation. The installation is done though sub-contracters to Circuit City. Well they took a week to get out to my house. I told the installer I want to just swap out the standard dish for the new oval dish, everything is mostly wired. He said it wouldn't fit in the same location. So, I told him find a good location for the new dish but I don't want it mounted to my roof. Well I come home and I find the dish mounted to my roof and my wife tells me I am not getting the B satellite so HD won't work. THe tech told her the LNB was bad and they would have to send another tech. I waited another week. The new tech shows up and says that a tree is blocking the 119 degree satellite and I would have to cut the top of the tree off or move the dish. Making matters worse I think the peak of the roof is actually blocking the 119 satellite, so I am not sure cutting the tree is going to work. The dish is mounted half way up the roof line and at the edge of the roof. I did not want holes left in my roof, let alone new holes for a new location. So, upset, I decided I would try to cut the 30 foot tall tree. So, here I am holes in roof, and the job of trying to cut down and remove a 30 foot tall hemlock tree. I never knew getting a new dish setup would be so painful. I should have went with cable.