I personally don't understand the need to change the design at all. They have a mark on top to indicate top (vertical point). I don't know what Chap LNB you are talking about think you are referring to those that have only 1 polarity and use a polarotor device to go from H to V.I know that's why I'm suggesting a flat top for Ku Linear because Ku circular doesn't needs it so those ones could be curved but the other ones I think at least should have a flat part for easy skew calculations.
Just my $0.02
I just re-aimed for that sat yesterday,to play with my openbox s10By the way in were I'm testing that satellite (30W) which is the most skewed one but not the only one that needs a lot of angle.
Anole said:3. Brian pointed out that the GeoSatPro LNBFs have a square head, so those solve the problem
Yeah, that's what I'm talking about, GEOSATpro SL2 has flat top so it can be easily used for us that need a lot of skew.
The only thing missing on your LNB is that is not Universal, just Standard Linear KU.
My point was, if the SatAV dual-output LNBF actually is flat on top, then the OP could purchase those and be happy. - :up
Dual outputs is an extra bonus.