I ordered SKY+ last week, the £41/month package w/free installation. When I ordered I told the engineer I wanted the dish installed on the chimney, next doors have theirs on their chimney too. The guy came to install it on friday and said he couldn't put it on the chimney because a bush was in the way or something, so a "high team" would have to come out. This is only a regular 2 storey low ceiling house btw. The came today and said I would have to pay £40 for some extra fixing that's needed to put it on the chimney. Seems a bit strange, looking at next doors their dish is mounted onto the side of the chimney, which to me seems no different than if I was mounted onto the wall of a house. Now, with my installation which has the exact same chimney as next door, they've put the dish on the back of the chimney hoisted up on a pole. I'm now thinking, have I paid extra to have a fixing I didn't even need? I was also told that the guy who did the installation doesn't work for SKy but is self employed and SKY sub contract, and he personally has to buy the fixing himself. I didn't question the £40 charge at the time, but looking back now and after seeing the dish I kinda wish I had asked more questions.