Just picked up a second hand Vuqube from Ebay, hooked it up this morning and I am impressed. I have done the dome (Camos 40cm), but like any other roof mounted system it lacks flexibility and is most often useless on shaded pitches, in the South of France this June an expectant crowd of Brits spotted the dome and expected to watch the England match, not with these trees was all I could say. Before you ask, I have also done the Maplin suitcase and the Multimo, not done Easy Find but everybody that I have spoken to that has actually owned and used it has been less than enthusiastic. I have also watched many a plucky camper out there with his tripod, occasionally joined by his other half trying their best to tune into Corrie - 'like a pig with a rifle' springs to mind. Enter the Vuqube, Camos Papsa or Avtex equivalent, search reviews and the majority of comments seem to be made by people who question the ability to keep them secure, it is a fair point but reviews from people who actually own and use them are thin on the ground. It should be said that the majority of people who do own them are very positive about them, especially in the USA where owners actually seem to be less bothered by the security issue. So, here goes, I bought a used one through Ebay yesterday, still in the box with a Maxview receiver, I unpacked it, hooked it up this morning, placed it on a bench in the garden, retreated from the inevitable deluge of rain that followed and stood in the living room, adjusted the elevation, scanned the sky and Bob is truly your uncle, so it works, it is easy to use and it is fast, I am very pleased. The 'security tag' is not tough enough for my liking and I have sketched and ordered a stainless steel plate that will fix to it without comprising its integrity or portability, that will be with me next week and I will report back as and when. I have read a review from one owner who has used one as far South as The Dordogne, would like to hear from others who have actually used them in France etc, we will be chasing the weather in September and will do the same.