Apologies for the length of this inquiry. My friend has a house that's surrounded by a small forest of tall trees. About 250' from his house is a field (clear view of the southern sky). He had a D* dish (slimline 3 I think) mounted on his chimney and got signal on all the sats. Recently, the tree growth reduced the "window" to the point that he's down to 6 channels. Trimming the trees would be a bear and only a temporary fix. His plan: Put the dish on a pole at the edge of the woods by the field. He wants to run a buried cable from the dish about 150' to an existing utility pole and then follow the utility wires back to the house, which would mean a 100' suspended cable run. He has only 1 HD receiver (not DVR) on his system. Total distance from dish to receiver is ~300'. He would prefer to make a single run from dish to house. Is there a brand/type of coax that is designed for burying that would also withstand suspension? I welcome any other tips and suggestions, thank you.