Just moved into a new place and there's a large... maybe 10' dish out here. It's pretty old, covered in mildew and generally crusty looking but the pole/frame seem solid and so does the dish. There's an LNB on it and it has the motor to move the dish still installed. There's also a ribbon cable in place that runs from the dish into my house... someone clipped the two coax lines and spliced in a connection for a directv dish(which they bolted to the c-band dish). So it looks like hypothetically if everything out there still works I could remove the directv dish, get some crimpers and hook the old LNB back up then all I'd need is a receiver to plug in & go. The question is what sort of receiver would I need? It would seem everything is digital now, I see a lot of FTA receivers out there but none of them seem to have connections on the back for the wires to run the positioning motor. I assume these are more targeted towards the smaller directv type dishes but maybe not. I'm pretty knowledgeable with electronics but haven't really messed with satellite stuff. If it makes a difference I'm not really looking for anything specific just kinda of think this is neat and most of it is already there so why not play with it?