The aftermath of last night's thunderstorms reaked havoc on almost everything in the house, but DECA is still working. Smoked two ground faults (i.e. they don't work at all any more), lost network connection ability on my main computer (using wife's computer to post this) and I suspect the network card is the problem since all receivers and the wife's computer can still access the home network and internet and my computer says "partial connectivity" but cannot recognize my network, lost HDMI on HR20-700 receiver(not connected via DECA) but works on component, lost 99 odd & even, lost 103 odd and even, lost 119 odd (even is OK), lost AC to home alarm system (all power avail, so probably smoked the dc power transformer), and lost the PI to one of my SWM's (the non DECA SWM) even with it powered from a UPS w/surge protector. For an old power guy, mother nature showed me what real power is. I suspect a near hit came in on the ground system and backdoored some things. Anyway...DECA seems to have survived just fine and is still working. Any ideas about the mix of signals I now don't have would be appreciated. I already bypassed the ground blocks at the entry points from the dish to the house to check and no change. ....and disconnecting DECA from my home network had no effect on my main desktop's ability to see the network (didn't think it would, but its in the same room so I was trying anything last night).