I live in southern Idaho and have recently upgraded to a SuperDish with two 301 receivers. I have had Dish Network technicians out here 3 times in the last four weeks because my upstairs television keeps loosing the signal for channels on satellite 119 and ALL transponders below 8. The technicians have moved the dish to the very top of my two-story house and it has a clear line of sight with absolutely no obstructions from trees or buildings. The highest signal tone I ever get on any channels are in the low 80’s. The stations mentioned above are usually in the 60’s, but will then go to a complete 0 (zero). It seems as if things work fine for a day or two after the technician leaves, then it starts acting up again. I have swapped the two receivers but the problem remains in the upstairs location. It seems to work fine in the morning but gets continually worse as the day progresses. Could this be a problem with poor connections or faulty equipment? I haven’t had a problem like this during my six years of satellite programming, except when I needed to have the cable upgraded to RG-6. Why don’t I lose the signal in the downstairs set? Is it because of a shorter dish to receiver cable run? Any help would be greatly appreciated, as this is extremely frustrating.