I have a Winegard RoadTrip Mission and DirecTV. Had them installed in March on my 2015 Precept 29UM. The Roadtrip Mission is an "in-motion" unit but due to limitations of DirecTV, it only provides SD quality. It is OK and I have enjoyed it, but I really miss having HD, and for what I'm paying for the DirecTV service, I am a little put off by the fact that I can't get HD service. I would have gone with DISH but my crew chief wants motorcycle racing and DirecTV is the only network with beIN, a European sports station. That one channel has cost me through the nose and given me much poorer picture quality. The RoadTrip Mission has a power switch that lights up. The light got so hot that it caused the power switch to fail, so I had it replaced with an opaque switch. The Precept is only wired for one satellite, so unless you want to have additional wires run through the coach or you use wireless receivers like mowdoc (btw, DirecTV told me their "Genie" wireless receiver would not work with my configuration), you are stuck with one choice of channels from one receiver. I do have a toggle switch which allows me to still use the factory installed "bat-wing" Winegard over-the-air HD antenna, along with a converter which converts the component signal from the DirecTV receiver into a coaxial signal. I directly connected an HDMI cable to the front TV so I can watch the antenna programming on other TVs. Like mowdoc, my DirecTV receiver and remote have RF ability so use the remote anywhere inside or outside the coach, a nice feature! Overall, I'm happy with it but wish they would make HD available.
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