Hi I saw a technomate TM-5402 HD CI Super+ on ebay for £38 including shipping and bit the bullet and bought it now before realising it was not one of the M3 models I have been looking at recently with a view to getting started with a motorised dish. Will that box be ok to start with is the M3 much better I am not really interested in IPTV going over my broadband I just want to see what satellites and channels I can get also I will keep my sky dish and foxsat as well. I have a south facing side wall to my house with no obstructions within 60 degree arc when looking at due south with a compass. The house faces mainly west and is the last house in the row so the south is pretty clear. Also my existing sky mini dish is connected to my Foxsat HDR and that dish is fitted low enough to tinker with using a pair of steps on the east facing wall. I am considering buying a decentish (about £130) 1m motorised dish kit and fitting it myself to the south facing wall at a height of about 7 foot so I can tinker with it without needing a ladder just a pair of steps. A kit like this perhaps: 1m Superior Motorised Dish Pack Dark Motor 500mm Mount Cable LNB 100cm On reflection a professional install will be a bit out of my budget at the moment and if this is to be just as a hobby I would rather fit it myself if I dont have to work at height. I think the position where I want to fit the dish is either brick or those white blocks but I am not sure because it is rendered over but in the attic I can see white blocks on the inside. I can always go a little lower and mount the bracket into the bricks other than the mystery blocks but it won't look as tidy. I have attached a couple of pics of the sky south of where the dish will go and the position where I intend to put the dish. Oh one other thing, if I run the cable along that wall it will have to cross the armoured feed into the electricity meter at one point at a 90 degree angle will that be very bad the sky cables go around the other side of the house where there is no power cable. Any comments suggestions would be welcome cheers.