So I purchased a 942 years ago for cash to get HD programming (at the time). I subsequently was pretty much forced to get that replaced with a 722 which a DISH-authorized installed brought to my house--and left with my 942--and installed. That's when the billing nightmares started: DISH started putting a $7 lease fee on my bill, and giving me a $7 credit. That held for a year, then I've had to call at least once a year as the credit would "mysteriously" disappear. Then recently the leased fee bumped up to $9, and the $7 credit didn't. Another call to a CSR (sic) and now I'm told that I have two receivers (I haven't a clue where the other one is, as I only have ONE in my house), and the 722 is *leased*. This is the first time in several years that I've been told that. Anyone else having this issue? Sounds like an airline industry tactic of slipping fees in to boost revenues. Most subscribers, especially if you're on the strongly-pushed AutoPay system, won't notice this, resulting in many MANY extra dollars of revenue for DISH. Needless to say, I'm ready to switch to another provider and drop-ship (literally) this 722 back to them.