I bought an 8 foot offset 2.4 dish from Satellitedish.com I tried to get a receive-only, but he could not seem to get one in , so he sold me this send/receive, 1.8, for a discounted price. Now , I have an issue with figuring out where the focal point on the dish would be. Since the bracket that it comes with is made for the send/receive LNB, the 40mm LNBF does not fit, not even when I broke the plastic off the LNBF. Even when I was able to get a signal, it was not really any better than my Channel Master 1.8 antenna. My assumption is that the Channel Master, which is receive-only, had a bracket perfect for the 40mm LNBF. I received a holder, which is not really made for the type of LNBF I am using. I contacted General Dynamics Prodelin directly, and was told that they did not make an LNBF bracket for that type of antenna. The seller told me to just look where the one that it came with was pointed, and then figure out a way to get my LNBF pointed there. If anyone has dealt with Prodelin antennas and using an LNBF with them, please let me know. I can get a signal using the front bracket with a zip tie on the LNBF. I tried putting the rear, wide, bracket up front , and wrapping the LNBF in tape to put it in the middle of the bracket. I have tried moving the locations of the brackets, but no setup seems to give me a much better signal than I can get with the Channel Master 1.8 antenna. My only conclusions are that either the Channel Master does so well because it is a 1.6, or I simply am not putting the LNBF at the true focal point with the corresponding elevation of the antenna. I have included images of the bracket. I included a pic of the LNB that cam with the dish, just in case it might help figure out what I need to do. Thanks to all in advance!