That easy, if you have the same antenna on the house. I just pay the extra five bucks a month to keep one in the MoHo.
We have High-Def, and I'd have to change the receiver setup every time, plus the cabinet is full with the switchbox, the DirecTV receiver, and the DVD player in it.
It's a PITA to pull the receiver and change the settings after each trip.
The receiver in my MoHo is a Hi-Def DVR, but for short trips, I just leave it on the crank-up roof antenna. For longer stays, I break out the SlimLine ad change the settings.
2005 Georgetown 342DS XL, Full Banks Package
2005 Liberty Renegade 4X Toad
1989 Wrangler Sahara Toad
1984 19.5' Beachcraft i/o 5.o liter, 4-bbl (and you thought your Moho sucked gas!)
D/W Carole and Maggie the Teacup Lab (Black Chihuahua)