A friend of a friend gave me an old cband dish last winter. The good news is its an 8.5ft spun aluminum dish, which I think is a good thing. The bad news is the guy didn't have all the parts. It's a pretty old dish with a design I haven't seen before. The LNBF sits in a cone that is mounted to the center of the dish with the lnbf pointing away from the dish. The signal from the dish bounces off of a reflector that is about 18" wide and back to the lnbf. Sort of like the toroidal KU dishes sold today. I've got the dish, the cone, the reflector and the polar mount but am missing the motor and whatever mounting hardware is needed for the reflector. The manufacturer was Commander Satellite systems, but I haven't been able to find anything about them on the Internet. Does anybody have one of these that could send me some pictures and/or give me some advice? I think if I can figure out the proper way for attaching the reflector I can probably get it working pretty well. I've also experimented with taking the cone off the dish and holding the lnbf in front of the dish in the approximate focal point. I can get some analog signals that way, so I figure if I can't make the reflector work I might be able to rig up some kind of lnbf holder and use the dish as a normal prime focus dish. If I go this route, does anybody have any thoughts on best materials for building the lnbf support arms?