I’ve done a little searching but don’t seem to find exactly what I’m looking for relevant to SWiM equipment, and I may be confused. Seems some say the receiver’s reported signal levels can be inconsistent between tuners. Just wanted to double check if I should relax or I have a potential receiver or SWM16 problem that I should be troubleshooting. I have a decade old HR22-100 and a newer HR24-500 both connected to a SWM-16 which is connected to a recent but legacy Slimline 3 LNB (via 4 coaxes). I think one DVR is connected to one half of the SWM16 and the other to the second half. I noticed a bit of pixelation sometimes on the HR24 so I tuned up the antenna pointing which improved the indicated signal levels. Not perfect but better. But as I was massaging the pointing I noticed HR24 tuner 1 signal levels are 3 to 12 points lower than tuner 2. The two HR22 tuners are showing the same signal level +/- 1 point on all three satellites and their transponders. HR24 tuner 2 is a couple points higher than the HR22 levels on all satellites except 99CA where its the same. On the average, tuner 1 99CA is 12 points, 99CB is 1 point, 103CA is 5 points, and 103CB is 4 points lower than tuner 2. Signals are mostly in the low 90s or high 80s. 101 provides a much higher indicated signal, in the 98-100 range, and I don't see any tuner differences. Its been awhile since I’ve looked at this carefully, but is this typical HR24 behavior? Could it be a poorly performing tuner (or indication) or could it be the SWM-16 or coax (but the same coax feeds both tuners)? Hmmm…. lots of possibilities. I think some of the flakey HR24 behavior I’ve been seeing is due to it being so busy error correcting a poor signal, hopefully tuning up the pointing will fix that enough. I’ll probably be switching to a reverse band LNB this summer, so as long as its working OK I may just let it sit.