D* tech came out on Saturday to install an HR20, an H20, and a new dish. As it stands, my current 1-lnb dish barely clears the neighbor's roof and aims just to the south of some trees. After some hemming and hawwing, he puts a dish together - a 5-lnb Andrews? - and mounts it on my porch roof, explaining that he was hopeful that we'd clear the trees and sure it would clear the neighbor's roof. When he mounted the mast, it was on a sloped portion of the roof, and the mount point for the dish was not vertical. Needless to say, dish aiming wasn't by-the-book. He was able to get strong signal from the 101 satellite. He explained that although there's 5 lnbs, there's a need only to get signal from two sats - 101 and 119. Trying to get signal from 119 proved futile. He just couldn't get it recieve a signal. He called his supervisor, hoping he could stop by and aim the dish. The supervisor claimed he couldn't make it over until Tuesday. So now I'm wondering what's going to happen. I had the installer leave the H20 with me so I could try aiming the dish myself. I tried with no luck. The best I was able to get was a 75%-ish signal from the 101 satellite, and I never got 119 to do anything at all. I have a sneaking suspicion that the mast not being vertical has a bit to do with it. Now, this is on my porch roof. Were we to move this dish up to the main roof of my house, it would clear the trees no problem. However, the installer claimed his ladders wouldn't reach. Do they have longer ladders stashed somewhere?! Dish Network doesn't look like a possibility, either - their sats are too far west and low in the sky. Thoughts?