Greetings fellow enthusiasts! I am a new member to satellite guys forums.... ...Long time reader; first time poster! My aunt and uncle used to be big dish dealers and installers and I'm looking to resurrect a system. Since I'm in the dead zone in my location for OTA antennas; I'm installing a dish for FTA. I'm looking for opinions on my future setup; and I'm looking for input from people with active systems already. I have both C Band dishes and KU dishes available. My goal is to pick up network affiliates for NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX, CW.. I understand it won't be "local" but I'm not concerned with that. Can I get by with a KU dish or should I go ahead and plan on cband? Only reason I'm hesitant on cband is peaking the dish to follow the arc. I have read many forums with channel lists and they are all different. I thought someone with an active system already will have a better idea on actual available stations. I'm going to use my 4dtv receiver to move the dish if I go cband. Is there no such thing anymore as a receiver that moves the dish automatically as you change the channel? Do FTA KU dish kits do this? Tell me what you guys think.. Can you recommend a decent signal meter or something other than a bird dog to peak a dish? Many I see on amazon or ebay says they don't work in the us region.