Hi, Can your guys help me ? I am a rookie in this area ! I currently use a 30" (76cm) WineGard dish and a SamSung DSR 3700 receiver to watch FTA program in Telstar 5 (97W). I also has a DirecTV receiver DSX 5350 from Phillips (I were a DirecTV subs, until 2 years ago, when I decided to switch to FTA). Now my question is: 1) DirecTV offers SBTN (international language) program, which transmit from the Galaxy 3C in 95W. 2) I only want to subscibe to DirecTV Basic program (9.99$ basic fee + 14.99$ SBTN fee = 25$ total cost). And I don't need any other programs (like Total Choice, Preferred Choice, local, ...) at all (ie. I don't need 101, 119, ...). 3) Can I use the current 30" FTA disk + its LNB + the Phillips DSX5350 to get the SBTN channel (2072) ? I tried to do these things this afternoon: 1) My zip code is 85225 => Azimuth = 151 (ie. compass = 139) and Elevation = 47 2) On the Phillips receiver, installation screen, I pick transponder 15 (this is what LyngSat says reserved for SBTN). 3) I adjust the dish azimuth & elevation a lot, but signal strength is always zero !! Do anybody know what I am wrong ? Can mix and match (use FTA dish/LNB + DirecTV receiver) like what I did will work ? What I suspect is that SBTN on transponder 15 is Hor. polarization, but the DirecTV receiver (which always works in LHCP or RHCP) does know about this. So the voltage (13/18V) it sends out to the LNB is incorrect, and therefore no signal at all ?? Hope your guys can help me. Thanks a lot !