The long-awaited move to free up bandwidth for Sky Movies HD2 and Sky One HD appears to have taken place earlier this afternoon. Sky Box Office HD1 was officially moved from 12344 H to 11798 H. So as of today SM HD1, SM HD2 and Sky One HD should all have roughly the same bandwidth available. Keep in mind that all of Sky's transponders employ some pretty advanced stat-muxing; bitrates will always be variable rather than constant. But with only two active channels per transponder, we can reasonably expect around 18 Mbps per channel at all times. Here is what the updated transponder line-up looks like right now: 11720 H: Sky Sports HD1 Sky Sports HD2 11798 H: Sky Movies HD1 (11 AM - 3 AM) * Sky Anytime PVOD HD1 (3 AM - 11 AM) * Sky Box Office HD1 12324 V: Discovery HD Sky Arts HD Sky Box Office HD2 (9 PM - 8 AM) * Sky HD Retail Info (8 AM - 9 PM) * Sky Sports HDX (Occasional) * 12344 H: Sky Movies HD2 (12 PM - 4 AM) * Sky Anytime PVOD HD2 (4 AM - 12 PM) * Sky One HD 12363 V: National Geographic HD The History Channel HD An asterisk (*) denotes a time-shared channel, which is a single service reused for multiple purposes. Only one time-shared channel per transponder can be active at any given time. Another change worth noting: a couple of weeks ago the symbol rate on 11798 H was increased from 28250 KBaud to 29500 KBaud, resulting in slightly more usable bandwidth available on that transponder (around 43.5 Mbps instead of the previous 42 Mbps). I'm guessing they've used that transponder as a test and the others will follow suit eventually.