Well in my case I stood on a ladder for eight hours trying to figure out why it wasn't tunning correctly. I was smart enough to know I was doing something wrong, I just didn't know what. Thankfully I found the information I was looking for in another forum. One of the big things I noticed was even with a low power setting I was overdriving a distribution amplifier I have installed in my system. I actually had to research ideal power output levels. I'm certain I knew them at one point in time but I have long forgotten. It turns out this amplifier is really designed to drive large long-distance cable installs as you would have in a small hotel, shared antenna in a condo, that kind of thing. The test output is actually a minus -20db output. It's the output you want for residential installs. So you can really just keep the 75ohm load on the TV output and attach your system to the Test output. At least that is my current understanding. I have one remaining problem to work out. The amplifier has created a multipath problem on one channel. It goes away after sunset but it's there during daylight. As far as I can tell it's amplifying a reflected signal to near the same level as the primary signal. It's causing some breakup problems on a couple of Sony televisions. Other televisions are doing a better job at discriminating against the multipath signal. The channel was working fine prior to installing the amplifier.You get it after working with it a while, but it would be helpful to have it explained better up front.
The Read button in ASuite means that ASuite will read whatever configuration the Avant currently has into ASuite.
Selecting Send in ASuite will send whatever configuration is currently showing in ASuite to the Avant.
Open will open a saved configuration from the computer storage location.
Save will save the open configuration in ASuite to computer memory, NOT the Avant.
When you select Adjust, ASuite will check to see if the configuration is different from the Avant unit and if it is, it will update it and then adjust and send that to the Avant. If the configuration is the same, it will adjust and send that to the Avant.
Adjusting the individual RF channels up or down by up to 3 db is like an over ride of the automatic adjustment. ASuite accepts that over ride and sends it immediately to the Avant. If you select Adjust again, that wipes out any over rides. When you over ride a particular channel up or down, ASuite flashes "adjusting" on the screen just like it does when you press the Adjust button. That led me to believe that it was adjusting every channel again but I think it is just sending the over ride to the Avant rather than readjusting everything just because you over rode one channel's setting.
Though there is an Adjust button on the Avant, it is not necessary to use it if you are using the ASuite program which has its own Adjust (virtual) button to select.
ASuite is pretty simple so that after you get used to it, a modern phone is more convenient and plenty good to make any changes without bothering with a laptop or something.
Just some random thoughts on what I think I picked up correctly after working with it a little.
Other than those issues it works really well once it is properly setup. By far the best way I have seen to combine multiple antennas onto a single cable.