Moving out of my parents house very soon. The flat is a new build and there is a pair of satellite coaxial connections in the living room and main bedroom. I was told im not allowed to mount a dish or aerial outside (not that you would even try when your flat points north!) . I assumed that i would be leaving my Tivusat box at my parents because i thought the chances of the new place implementing a more expensive multisat system would be beyond them. Lo and behold, i was rummaging around the new place last sunday gathering some measurements and found the apartment manual.. I've had a quick read and took some pictures. To quote what it says, "You will be able to access additional television channels from other satellites as long as you have a suitable set top box and valid subscription." The roof is way too high up for me to take a guess at what has been installed, and i left my satellite meter at home. I was anticipating disappointment being stuck on 28E services anyway, but it will be nice if they're catering for a wider audience. Next time i visit, i am going to bring my meter with me and i will see what they mean by "other satellites" (probably freesat ).