We're on our 3rd 722, not because of any specific problem with any of the others, more from a "let's shotgun it" approach when the installer simply had no clue that the dish was mis-aligned. Alas, I digress.. We do have a 722 problem this time. Periodically we will simply lose all signal output (HDMI/Component) and it won't come back until we reboot. This has been happening about every 2~3 weeks or so. We're both in our 60s and my wife is home alone all day and not technically inclined. I get a call at work "The !%#@*&$ TV is out again" - note here the use of the word again The 722 is on a shelf out in the open, so it shouldn't be a heat problem. When we lose the output, the 722 remains "on" but the signal is gone. You cannot pull up any menus or anything. All you can do is reboot it. I'll be honest, I've been a Dish customer only since last December and frankly my wife and I are getting pretty fed up with all this "handholding" we have to do with our Dish Network equipment. This is BS. Rebooting, rebooting and rebooting. Re-teaching the switch and more rebooting. Is everyone else putting up with this crap too or have we somehow been singled-out? How often are the rest of you having to reboot? And why are we having to reboot at all? This is nonsense. We're also a little annoyed with the amount of time it takes the system to recover from rain fade. Gee whiz, is it really necessary every time to painstakingly reacquire all of the transponders and then re-download the guide? Judas Priest, we never had this much trouble with D*. L511 software if that matters We're really getting tired of it. Please help! All we want to do is watch TV and have reliable equipment.