I've currently got an oval, 3LNB dish feeding two receivers (a D11 and a legacy RCA) with two lines of coax coming into the house off the dish. I'm scheduled for a tech visit since I'm upgrading to HD. It's my understanding I'll need a 5LNB dish, and as for receivers, I'm ditching the RCA, keeping the D11 and adding on an HD DVR. Now, according to CSR after CSR, it should just be a simple matter of swapping out the dishes, running some wires and hooking up the receivers, and all of this should be covered under my "free" standard installation. After a little poking around it seems I might be in store for some surprise charges from the tech. There won't be any need for a new pole. The tech can mount the new dish on the existing pole. I imagine additional wiring will be required coming into the house, plus given the age of the existing wiring, I'm going to request that all new wiring be run throughout anyway. The existing wiring comes through my foundation. There's already a hole drilled and conduit installed for the wiring to be fed through. There's also already a trench dug which the existing wirings runs through on it's way from the dish to the conduit in the foundation. So my question is this: Based on my existing setup, and the upgrades I'm getting, do you think the tech is going to throw any kind of charges at me? I can see him saying that it'll cost me to have all new wiring run, or maybe there's a charge for him to dispose of the old dish and old wiring? I'm going to be pretty peeved if any additional costs come into play and I'm not made aware of them until the day my tech shows up.