It is unfortunate that STELA doesn't seem to appear as a single document but a bunch of edits to previous SHVERA and SHVIA documents.
In truth STELA did not edit SHVERA or SHVIA ... all three edited existing laws. The big edit each five years is changing the expiration date of the laws allowing distant networks and superstations. Then other edits are done ... some are clean-ups ranging from punctuation to removal of expired sections. Other edits are more substantial.
Of course since DISH doesn't offer DNS, it is kind of academic but to assume that new DIRECTV subscribers would fare any better is probably folly as DIRECTV offers the Honolulu DMA as well.
DISH does not offer a separate package of distants, but they DO offer DNS stations. DISH uses the provisions of the DNS law to offer stations of their choice to viewers in short markets. A practice that fulfills the intent of the original distants law. To ensure that all subscribers have access to the four major networks.
As noted in my previous post, there is no requirement that any satellite provider offer the viewer's choice of distants or offer any distant station at all. Both DISH and DirecTV ensure that all subscribers have access to the four major networks in Hawaii by delivering local stations. Grandfathered DirecTV customers may still be receiving distants but I would not expect to get distants as a new customer.