Looked into it yesterday. Bigger screens will probably be the way I go when I make the swap. Tried to find something with Blu ray capability, but I haven't been successful yet. What are you planning on replacing them with?
Finding a unit as an Overhead for the bunk with Blu Bray is not gonna be simple or cheap. I would think. For example... here is one with a HUGE 17" SCREEN. Looks like it could give you almost everything you need. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...&tag=diin07-20
Just gotta hunt it down, I guess. One thought is to focus on the main media. We've added 1st gen Apple TV units to attach to the screens we have so the kids have access to 800 movies on a Hard Drive and we never have to hunt for DVDs to get scratched up. Just a thought.
MY current coach has a stationary dome satellite dish and I honestly do not like it. If there are any trees or leaves it is very difficult to get signal and I catch myself moving the coach to get a better signal. Also if it rains I lose signal. I just placed an order for a 2014 Berkshire 390BH and I'm having my dealer install the Winegard SK-3005 TRAV'LER DIRECTV Slimline. It is a open faced automatic dish that receives both standard and HD satellites. I researched a lot before choosing this one and from the reviews I believe it is the best out there and only one that receives HD. It also gets great reception even in covered areas. It is not in-motion but I do not plan on watching TV driving down the road and from what I heard unless your road is clear above it is difficult to receive in-motion with the domes. Hope this helps.
I've got the Trav'ler. Had the dealer install it. As soon as I get the HDMI installed, I will be very pleased. If you don't upgrade the the wiring, it is kind of a waste. You'll save $$ going with a SD antenna. The antenna does work great and usually takes about 4 mins to lock on.