You forgot the DSR-905.To provide more info to the original poster of this thread, HITS TV is a C-band subscription service with all programming currently located on the AMC 18 satellite at 105W. As all channels are currently broadcasting from a single satellite, it is easy to install a fixed dish tuned to 105W if you don't already have a motorized C-band dish. A DSR-410, DSR-920, DSR-921 or DSR-922 Digichipher II satellite receiver is required for this service. As there are no contracts or basic package requirements like the DTH or cable providers, it is the perfect way to complement your existing FTA service with channels currently not available unencrypted.
Based on our tests so far, we have been able to receive all channels reliably with a 1.5 meter dish using a 17K LNBF. We are in the process of testing with smaller prime focus dishes to find out the absolute minimum size for reliable service. With our tests so far, all but one or two transponders are over 60% in quality. The weaker transponder(s) come in at about 45% which is most likely due to adjacent satellite interference. The digital threshold on HITS is about 35%. Anything lower and you start seeing the picture starting to break up.