And on a scale of 1 to 10, Ironwood rates a . . . . . Let me see what happens on Saturday when I have my third appointment in as many weeks for the H20/At9 install, then I'll let you know. Other than mounting and aiming the dish, my installation is going to be a piece of cake for Ironwood. I currently have a GainMaster dish, so the AT9 will fit on the existing mast, all of the cables needed are already in place, and I can make the few changes required inside (I currently have the C/B combiner and a Spaun multiswitch in the house) whlie he (they?) are working outside. We're talking easy here. Showing up is required however.