Short answer is not really. The Hopper won't work with most of the dishes made for an RV. But you can always setup a home dish on a tripod, you'd have to point the dish every time you parked the RV but it will provide full service and functionality to all the same types of receivers you'd use at home including the Hopper 1 and even the Hopper 3. If you want to use an RV dish that points itself, the only option is one or two Wally receivers which can work as a DVR if you add an external hard drive and pay a $40 activation fee but each Wally would only be a single-tuner DVR Edit: I forgot about an RV dish called the Traveler. It's basically a home dish that points itself and can support any type of receiver including the Hopper but it costs around $1,600. The tripod mounted home dish costs less than $200 and also supports all types of receivers but you have to point it yourself.