I had sky installed last saturday and I'm having a few problems. I live in a new building which has a tv signal distribution system, there is no need for a dish you just plug your box into a wall. Thank god for independant installers, the big name stores wouldn't touch an install without a dish, chimps. Anyway, I'm getting a no signal message on certain channels. It seems to be a signal problem rather than a subscription problem because it's affecting some FTA channels as well as pay ones. It seems to be channels on Astra 2A south that I'm not getting, BBC and Discovery. Would it be more likely that the dish is misaligned or that the distribution system isn't working properly? The channels I do have are excellent quality but some are just not there. I did get BBC 1 and 2 for about 5 minutes the other day but the quality was awful. Is there any way to test this without messing with the dish? Are any of the BBC channels I'm missing broadcast on another satellite that I can tune into manually? The engineers for the distribution system are coming around on Friday but they will be wasting their time it the dish is misaligned.