Every (almost) day in Florida in the Summer, we get rain fade. Anywhere from 10-30 minutes usually in the afternoons. Fine. I don't watch much TV in the afternoons except on weekends in the Fall for football (and in 2020 .. who are we kidding?). Fine. BUT EVERY. FREAKING. DAY. that I have any rain fade, my evening recordings are off by whatever amount of time I lost signal earlier in the day even if it was at 11:00am. The only thing that fixes it is either a RBR (and 10 minutes or so of waiting to watch TV) or at the very least, changing the channel that the buffer is on (last channel it was left on). That's a problem when I am gone all day and don't get home in time to RBR or change the channel. And ALL of my recordings for that night start 10-30 minutes late and end early by the same amount of time. This was first reported on the ATT forum back in 2017. It STILL is not fixed but it is obviously a software problem that ATT/DirecTV is incapable of repairing. Or they just do not care. (and before anyone blames my dish alignment, almost all of my signal strength are close to 100). Why can't this be repaired? When they wonder why people are cutting the cord in droves, things like this do not help their cause. DirecTV subscriber since 1994 (when you paid DirecTV and USSB every month). Probably not much longer. Especially now that the NFL is purposely ticking their fans off and my 50 year die hard devotion to the Washington Redskins is over and my NFL-ST subscription probably is coming to and end.