I realize this information is probably available by searching and spending time piecing it together. However, I am seeking guidance based upon what my in-laws currently have and what they would like to have after they move. I have long used these forums while a DirecTV customer, but have cut the cord myself about 2 years ago when my equipment was no longer supported. I have found the information on this site to be on point and the users of the forum to be very helpful. Because of my lack of experience with Dish, I am reaching out. My in-laws have been Dish customers for years. They currently have a Hopper 2 system with 2 1.0 Joey's. All systems are internet connected. They utilize the Primetime feature regularly. They also have the Dish Protect Silver service plan on their account. They are planning to move in June and are asking about some changes. They want to keep their programming. They want to make sure ALL rooms have an HD picture including locals. Currently, the local channels are ALL standard def which I believe is because they need a second dish for HD locals. They live in zip code 42210 and will be moving to 42171. Same TV market. They like the idea of having an OTA antenna included with their system if they can integrate it. They have lots of drop out during heavy rain and we have subchannels OTA which they would like to be able to access. They want to keep their current cost or possibly get a discount. Should they keep their equipment or request an upgrade at no cost? (Surprisingly, they are not worried about losing any current DVR content during an upgrade.) Should they threaten to leave to get a better discount? Will Dish provide an OTA antenna and the necessary dongle to integrate the locals into the Dish guide? If not, what can they expect to be charged for installation to have this access? Any information you can provide so I am prepared when we call to discuss the move with Dish is greatly appreciated. Thanks.