Ok, I mounted the dish about a foot away from my original location and I have found 95 within couple of seconds with 70 quality.....funny how just a foot can cause the signal to be from 20 to 70......i guess it was really the tree...
About the only thing you could try is to temporarily mount your dish on a stand in another part of your property to see if it improves your levels. I assume your 95 degree feed throat assembly is properly aligned to your 95 lnb. Both pieces vertical in relation to the feed arm and 2 lnb support bracket. Otherwise the dishes overall skew will be off and that would explain the problem.
Since you have a AU9 which is 101 wideband with Ka upper lower I assume you are using that dish for 101Ku.
With the 95 degree signal meter on your receiver/tv screen I would recommend disconnecting all your inputs from the AU9 wideband dish into the switch to see if you have a bad switch or interference, make sure you label them before disconnecting.