LONSat is right on. The issue is probably getting worse every day. The best scenario is all French channels and the remaining SD channels are on one feed. The problem is to map them all once they stabilize.
I advised earlier I disconnected 13V/10KHz feed. It should have been 13V/22KHz. (My Bad!) That's the F2 Vertical channels which seemed to have SD Channels (when HD is preferred anyway), French Channels, times shifted CTV channels, and a lot of unsubscribed Shaw Direct Pay stuff when I disconnected it.
By the way, I already subscribe to that South of Canada Thread. Years ago I helped a local bar in Mexico tweak their system to bring in the Stanley Cup Playoffs in HD when they thought only SD was available. I was a Hero for a few hours!
At least from that feed I'll know on what's on G1. That only leave F2 and F1R to go.
At least I can start reviewing / researching again at these two Sites:
https://www.lyngsat.com/packages/Shaw-Direct-107W.html and https://www.lyngsat.com/packages/Shaw-Direct-111W.html
And I found some data at Shaw Direct:
The Cable 4 Feeds are:
13V. That's the F1R/G1 Vertical Transponders
13V/22KHz. That's the F2 Vertical Transponders
17V That's the F1R/G1 Horizontal Transponders
17V/22KHz. That's the F2 Horizontal Transponders
My current Multiswitch has 17V input whereas other are labeled 18V.