It's that time of the year again. I read the old posts (2-3yrs old) on the subject and pretty much decided on the "Hot Shot" model. I had mistakenly ordered an "Ice Zapper" (1/2 the price) but won't be using that because it is 110VAC. The "Hot Shot" runs off a low voltage power supply which is both safer and easier to install (I have no 110V outlet anywhere near the dish location and don't want to run an 80' extension cord from my roof). Anyway, 2 basic questions: #1) It looks like the dish (reflector?) itself can easily be removed without disturbing the LNB arm or any of the alignment by simply removing the 4 bolts that holds the dish to the AZ-EL mount. Is this correct? #2) Regarding the "Hot Shot" itself. The manual states it can be installed on the front or the back of the dish. Which is better? I would think the back. Is this a correct assumption? #3) Do these things stay "stuck on" to the dish? It seems it is held with 3M sticky tape. NO, I do not want to "build my own" from pipe heating coils or whatever (I have read those threads too).