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    • Couch Net has good reviews but is expensive. Escapees had about a dozen parks and about a dozen Co-Op parks for around $25 a night. Plus there are private parks that give a 10% discount and some as much as 50% off for Escapees members. There are other benefits as well such as a mail forwarding service for about $100 per year. FMCA also uses Safe Ride has campground discounts, tire and glass discounts, and a mail forwarding service. I ajoined Escapees and use their mail forwarding service. I also joined FMCA and got Safe Net thru them and have used the tire and glass programs. I have seen many negitive reviews about Good Sam RA. 
    • I was testing because I was whining to my daughter about how much i hate this Chromebook, and want my old pc w/ windows xp back.  She was demonstrating that I really can post pics.  But it takes several minutes, and 3-5 more steps, than the old way. That 5er has sat in that same spot for at least 7-8 years.  It's only a few miles from our house.  You can hardly see it now through the weeds and brush, even though it's maybe 50' off the highway.  Pretty clever redneck enjinearing.
    • Joel, how would the G2+ know which service's sats to use without the Winegard power inserter and its service selector switches? Are you confusing the G2+ with the G2?
    • With all due respect, this thread is a hodgepodge of misinformation.  The G2 doesn't need a power inserter if it is used with a receiver that can operate in multiplex mode, which means any receiver or DVR with  model number less than 25. Receivers with model numbers 25 and higher are SWM only, but the G2 can be used with those with the addition of a power inserter and a SWM switch,  There are two coax outputs possible from the G2. Just follow the instructions in this document.  Guide for using Winegard equipment with SWM receivers As for HD, the G2 cannot receive the Ka band transmissions from the 99 and 103 satellites which are where the HD channels currently originate from.  However, within the next year (or two) DirecTV will be broadcasting most HD channels from the Ku band 101 satellite which the G2 can receive.  As long as you have an HD receiver and pay the associated fee, you should be able to receive most HD channels with that device.  It's my understanding that 99 and 103 will primarily be used for local channel programming which you wouldn't be able to receive because it will be on the Ka band. I hope this clears up some things. Joel (AKA docj)
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