My installer at the house told me that the LNB needed to be switched out from a SWM to a RB SWM when I got a Genie and a 4K mini. -- later -- I'm working on a tripod dish for an RV I'm picking up soon, and ordered new hardware for that from Solid Signal. Instead of the "DIRECTV Slimline Single Wire SWM Triple Satellite LNB (SL3-SWM)" that I ordered: I received the 3D2RBLNB: Didn't really notice this until I was playing with the aiming meter and the rig on the tripod last night, was frustrated with lower signal levels than I'm used to, and saw the AIM meter had detected (correctly, it seems) Reverse Band. If I'm not doing 4K, do I care? Harder to align? This will be a dish aligned as we move, so easier to align the faster and better. Any power differences?