Can anyone offer any advice on whether it is worth hassling Sky about improving my dish alignment to get a better picture? We got Sky for the first time last October as we had just moved to a new place and the previous owners already had a dish installed. When the guy came around to set it up he did seem concerned that the dish signal was not exactly perfect, but on viewing on my old 25" tv everything looked fine. As the dish was already there I guess he was reluctant to do any realigning if he could get away with it. Anyway, I have now just progressed to a new 36" crt television and am not particularly happy with the quality on a lot of the channels. There is a lot of "blockiness" across all the screen, which i believe is down to bandwidth problems. The premium channels are much better, mostly the movie channels. However the music channels are plain awful. Is this something have to expect or should I try and get an engineer to take a look at the dish. The signal strength reading is 60/70% and the quality reading flickers between 50/60%. As it is I find myself watching BBC etc on terrestrial as the picture is so much better. Any advice appreciated.