I have one available. Early Radio Shack. The big issue is that the remotes on these units weren't very good and don't seem to work at more than about a foot away from the unit. The receiver itself seems to be OK and I used a universal remote with it. I think it supports 1080i and 720p. The set I used it on was a sony CRT set with 1080i. Not sure where the remote is, but I am sure I can dig it up.
Don't know your location, but with that Packer avatar, it probably isn't too far from Milwaukee.
Dish 811/381 is a cheap HDTV tuner it requires a "DISH" signal but not a subscription. Tuner sensitivity wasn't the greatest but worked well with a good signal. There are also some Directv receivers such as the HUGHES HTLHD that work without a subscription to tune ATSC signals.
No you don't need a subscription to Welcome package all you need is a signal from a DISH satellite a dish 300 aimed at 119 and connected to a 381/811 will allow the ATSC tuner to work. That will give DVI or composite outputs (predates HDMI).So you just need something like a Dish 500 to see the Welcome to Dish channels and it will let the OTA tuner work?