I am convinced I can get better locked into the arc. I have my 90cm with a geosatpro slpll lnb which is supposed to be one of the very best lnbs and am trying to get it locked in as well as possible. I am currently hitting 82-83 pct on the Newsource on 87 and hitting low to high 20's on the Florida lotto feed, but the NY lotto feed is gone. On the other end I am hitting PBS on 125 in the low 40's, so I feel I am close but not at my best. I feel like it is a matter of just barely slightly turning the whole setup on the pole. Here are what my settings are supposed to be according to my sg6100 guide. Motor elevation = 36.3 Dish elevation =29.2 My lnb of course is skewed at 0 and pushed all the way up to the front. I plan to swap out with some old lnbs I had given to me which one is a chaparral but thats all I can see on the label and the other is an orangish red one with no label but I think it is a bullet. I also have a dms monoblock 4 degree dual lnb brand new but I doubt any of these will improve signal over the geosat phase lock lnb which is supposed to be top of the line. Here are my dish and motor pics. Does this look like I have them set correctly at the numbers I have to that I mentioned? My dish is at 0 on the motor on the pic. Does the declination look good to you? Does the dish looked warped at all? Like I said it states my motor elevation to be at 36.3 and the dish elevation at 29.2. To me it looks dead nuts as can be. What do you guys Think?