This question is whether D*is currently requiring installers to use a meter capable of checking the Ka band signals during install and alignment and has the install procedure changed from using only a meter on the 101 sat for azimuth alignment? This past June my new 5 lnb dish was properly installed using the procedure of using a meter on the 101 sat and adjusting the azimuth dither stops and then centering the dish azimuth. When the D10 HD arrived I was getting 103(b) readings from 80 to 86, but it appeared to be working with good pictures on my HR20-700. OK, but not as good readings as many were getting. On Oct 15 I had a second HR20 installed that required removing the LNB, so the D* installer ( in D*uniform with D* truck) did this same 101 meter adjustment centering alignment over again. However this second time , the 103(b) readings were even lower than the original first alignment. After the second alignment all 103(b) readings were now 73-79 vs. 80--86 range on first alignment in June. When I pointed out the 103(b) transponders were now lower and I would like to tweak the install for the 103(b) readings since I was primarily interested in the HD from the HR 20 he just installed, the tech was cooperative and understanding. However, he said he did not have a meter that could directly measure the signal off 103(b). At my suggestion of doing a "tweak", he did his best and used my 103(b) HR20 screen meter for quick dish tweak adjustment. In five minutes he got 103(b) up into the 83 to 93 range and said that was the best possible. I was happy it was a little better than the first alignment. However, I suspect if he had a proper Ka band meter I might have received an even better alignment and gotten even higher readings on 103(b).