I was on a rooftop yesterday, looking at a LodgeNet installation, and they had a couple of four-foot DirecTV dishes with Eagle-Apsen LNBs. I scribbled the part numbers on a scrap of paper I had in my wallet, but unfortunately I've misplaced it. I think the one on the 101 dish might have been something simple like DTV101KaKU, or DTV101KuKa, but Google didn't pull up either. One nice feature of this 99/101/103 LNB is that it had two "F" connector ports on its side for coupling in the 110/119 Ku from the other large dish. Can anyone more precisely identify this LNB for me? Does anyone know if the 99 and 103 degree ports are spaced differently than they are on the standard residential 99/101/103 LNB portals? One other thing about this installation. It is a Pro Idiom system, but they installed two new Blonder Tongue BTY-LP-U antennas pointed at the two UHF broadcast digital tower areas. Are the LG TVs "smart" enough to see that heterodyne converted broadcast 8VSB is not QAM and to decode it correctly? If it is possible for LG Pro-Idiom capable TVs to integrate QAM DirecTV Pro Idiom with hetwerodyne converted 8VSB converted to cable channels, then including broadcast HDTV will cost about $1,500 per channel less if added that way.