Originally Posted by schneid
Can you comment on its sturdiness? Looks lean and mean compared to a Trav'ler. others have thought this a sin of weakness.
You didn't mention it is SWM and supports the newest technologies and receivers.
It is and does
One thing you will have to keep in mind is SWM is single cable down from the dish. If your current dish/dome has 2 cables (dual LNB) one feeding a receiver in front, one feeding a separate receiver in back, you need to connect that second cable to the RF mogul controller. You need to think about this and your coaches coax wiring for Sat connections when going to an SWM dish.
Oregon Coast winter storms have not bothered it. I tell the wife rule of thumb is when the coach (on jacks) rocks hard enough that the picture starts breaking up due to the wind, pull the dish down, but we've had no issues with it. It has a wide mounting footprint and wind and rain have not bothered it. I like the footprint better than the round Winegard system but this is personal opinion.
Note it is priced more or less competitively with MotoSat and they are going thru changes. When I talked to our chosen installer down in Eugene OR, I actually opted for MotoSat first since RF Mogul was very new at the time, but MotoSat never delivered on the order so we switched to RF Mogul. The rest as they say is history.