Typically, I get outstanding reception across the board, but with the slightest rainfall, I lose 61.5. I used the Dish Pointer utility, and determined that I had dead-on azimuth, elevation and skew (249, 29, and 127 respectively), and a signal level of about 80 for the 110/119 satellites, but a level of only 40 on the 61.5 satellite. Additionally, the 61.5 dish showed no azimuth, elevation or skew numbers at all. I have two Dish 500's on the roof, so I'm assuming (I don't know squat - does it show?) 61.5 is on the dedicated dish. Do you think I'd benefit from having the thing checked for alignment, or is 61.5 just plain weak? A bit of searching here leads me to believe the latter, but I want to make sure I'm getting all that I can out of it. And, can I request an "alignment" direct from Dish Customer Service, or should I call the installer that did the job (about a year ago)? Any idea as to cost if in fact I should call for service? Thanks!