I was hoping I would never have to type this in any forum but I guess there's a 1st time for everything. I'm a NOOB at all this but trying to read up and educate myself before bugging seasoned veterans. Ok, here's my situation. I have cable and it works well for me, price wise, programming wise, etc. My wife is from Brazil and is interested in a channel that Dish network offers called "TVGlobo" which is available for 19.99 as an "a la cart" option. No biggie. Well I have a brand new Dish 500 dish with dual LNB and built it switch (AK72-BTE) and a Dish 311 receiver. My wife wants the channel on only one TV in the house and other than getting this one channel on this one TV I will have no other use for any other programming. I spoke with a tech at dish and he said that the channel I was looking for was broadcast from Sat 118.5 along with all the other international programming. So once I get the dish mounted, aimed, etc, sat 118.5 will be available? Do I need specific aiming coordinates to shoot sat 118.5, will my LNB (marked with 110 - 119) be compatible with sat 118.5. There are 3 coaxial ports on my LNB. There’s 1 and 2 on the left and to the far right is a coaxial port marked “LNB in” (for another satellite). Am I correct in assuming that I will only use one of the 2 outputs from the LNB? This should be pretty cut and dry correct? I'm am about to mount, install and run everything I just want to make sure I have all ends covered. Let me know if I’m missing anything. Thanks in advance!