We did the HD upgrade a few months back, and obviously got the triple lnb dish and new Hd receiver. Anyway, about a month and a half ago, we started having problems with voice "skipping", minor pixelization, some freeze framing, and losing picture momentarily. Mostly on the HD major networks, ABC HDwest(87) being the worst. Needless to say, I called Directv many times, usually getting different answers. At first they said they were having problems with the broadcasts. Anyway, it got to where every time I called, based on my description of what we were seeing, they started saying it was most likely in one of the lnb's or the switch, so they sent someone out and replaced it. Too soon to tell if that was the fix, but one thing that still bothers me is that when the guy came in the house after replacing the head on the dish was to check my signal strength on all 3 satellites. The 110 and 119 we both good......in the 80's and/or 90's. But the 110 was in the low 70's....going as low as 70 while he was checking. He said that where we live(northern calif) it doesn't get any better. The guy that originally did the HD upgrade and put up the new dish said basically the same thing.....that the 110 was the weakest ssatellite. A Directv person on the phone yesterday after the guy left said it was normal for that signal to go to upper 60's and still be fine. I've checked the individual transponders on the 110 and seen them(can't remember which one) go into the 60's. Anyway, does anyone else have this same situation? One person said that in California, the 110 should always be in the 80's minimum....then another person says that isn't true. Any opinions? Any feedback at all greatly appreciated. Thanks!