I'm in Australia and got one of these digital satellite PCI cards last week (Nov 2003) for $219 delivered. I'm still unable to get it to receive anything, but I'm making progress so I thought I'd start a thread to make my life and others a little easier. As well as the AverTV DVB-S, I also got myself all the basics I'm going to need to get started. 65cm Ku Offset Dish $65, Universal LNB $30, Wall Mount for dish $30, 30 Metres RG6 Quad Cable $25, 6 Twist-On RG6 Connectors $0.60 each, Wall Plate with 2 sockets $10, Satellite Finder (needle meter & audio) $78, To find my co-ords, I used a world atlas cdrom and zoomed in to an intersection of 2 roads near me. To find the co-ords of the satellites near me I went to this website; http://www.satsig.net/ssazelm.htm It has a great calculator, which you can save legally, and a photo of the satellite finder I got, if your in the southern hemisphere like me, swap the magnetic north & true north answers around. Assembling and mounting the dish was easy. But that's about where my luck has run out. I'm fairly confident I've correctly lined up a satellite, the finder does all the right things but the AverTV DVB-S doesn't. This is probably my fault, but the software doesn't make life easy. You have to select your satellite from an incomplete list. I'm after 3 Optus satellites B1, C1 & B3. The Aver software doesn't have C1 on their list and has B3 listed at it's co-ords instead. There seems to be no provision to change this either. I'm not entirely sure which satellite I've lined up, it's too far west to be one I just mentioned. So if anyone can help me out or has any useful info about the AverTV DVB-S, please post here.