This is a mistery to me also, I have been following this post since some time now and I will add my personal experience on it: Lyngsat is fed with info given from colaborators, I have given some info in the past. What Lyngsat has posted some times could be a misinterpretation of some colaborator. I'm located in South America and I have been able to lock on all the signals: South, North and PR Beam. One thing that confuses me is the fact that the bird (G3C) Should be a FSS desiganted by ITU Region 2 (Americas) from 11.7 to 12.2 GHz (Local Oscillator Frequency (LOF) 10.750 GHz), and BSS is designated by ITU Region 2 (Americas) to be 12.2 to 12.7 GHz (LOF 11.250 GHz) segment is allocated to the BSS (broadcasting satellite service). Maybe there is a special permit to beam BSS in Region 2 with standards of Region 1 (Europe & Africa).... Regarding the Transponder numbers and frequencies I find that most likely DirecTV Latin America manipulates the software in a way you may think it's two transponders but it might be a partition of a single Transponder.....once again this is my best educated guess. One question I have I read some months ago you guys where observing the use of DirecTV 5 (Formerly Tempo 1) @ 110W being used to beam some HD channels to PR what else have you guys learned in this regard? Best Regards.