The D* satellites are east of the E*, so from Cleveland they would be a little bit higher in the sky, but not too much. It could be enough to get signal although if trees were in the way of E*, they would like grow in the way of D*. My elevation in Seattle is 34, but when I lived in south Texas it was 52. For those of us on the west coast, the 61.5 satellite (Old Voom) has an elevation of 10, it actually looks like the dish is aimed down.
I'd suggest getting a second opinion for E* and D*. Living out here in the mountains with lots of tall trees I've seen many an unusual location for dishes.