Hello everyone! I have a question about installing and aligning a SL3 lnb (four outpus) on a AU9 Slimline dish as compared to the SL3-SWM. I am helping a friend install a Dtv system for a new HR22 HD-DVR receiver. He will only have one receiver for his system. Also local channels are not an issue. He only needs the usual 99, 101 and 103 satellites. I told him to order the AU9-SL3 dish from solidsignal. I was expecting that system to come with a SWM single-wire LNB, but it comes with the SL3 four wire lnb. Since he has the SL3 lnb, I am assuming we can just run two RG6 coax's from the dish to his receiver since his HR22 has two sat inputs. I am not sure what voltage is required for SL3. I had my friend buy the PI-21 power inserter expecting this would be a SWM setup. Can we still use the PI-21 21v power inserter instead of relying on power sourced from the receiver? It might be better for the receiver in the long run not to sink so much power. (I'd rather have a replaceable PI mounted in the basement on the wall doing that job.) I have worked with SWM system and know how to align the dish using an Acutrac Pro meter and the ASL-1 splitter to align on the 101 sat. How do you do this with the SL3? Do I just plug my accutrac inline and start aligning? Is the ASL-1 not required in this instance? If not, how do I know I am aligning on the 101? Do I need to connect to the receiver or can this be done cold (e.g. not connected to receiver until fully aligned)? I believe my Acutrac Pro has a 13V battery... not sure if that would power the SL3 though. Thanks in advance!