As a newbie to motorhoming I could do with some assistance. I'll try and explain. I was a caravanner for many years and have recently converted to a motorhome, and so far loving it. One of the reasons for the change was to reduce the faff when setting up on arrival. I was looking at getting a status540 aerial and having it fitted in the wardrobe ready to extend to the skys and receive a signal. When I called the aerial fitters the receptionist warned me that it might leak as they would have to put a hole in the roof. I knew about the hole but the way she came out with the warning was a bit alarming. I was going to get the professionals to install it to avoid issues like tha but I'm having doubts now. I have since looked into it more and due to the size of the cover on the electrics on the inside of the wardrobe I don't think there will be room for the mast. Time for a rethink. I have thought on a twofold plan which may leave me open to being told not to be so stupid but here goes.oh: I would like to put a small indoor digital aerial inside the wardrobe and splice it in to the coax. Thought being we can park up and only have to connect up the tv, retune and view. Not sure if this would have a good success rate. I had also thought about the portable sattelite system from Maplin which has mixed reviews. This could be used if required when the indoor aerial wont pick up a signal. We intend doing a fair bit of touring in Scotland and I have seen some comments on the Maplin systems working in Scotland , even though the dish size is below what is reccomended, but when I asked Maplin they say we will require a dish of at least 60cm.:Confused: Thanks for any advice or help offered. Sounds like I'm a tv addict but it's nice to have it there for news , weather and to be able to turn it off and pick up a book.