I agree. I just wanted to point out, that even with a cumbersome antenna, you will have good results with a dish that diameter. My first antenna was the 4 element yagi pointing into the dish , the 2nd was a linear polarised patch feed without waveguide for the lnb and the one i'm using now is a poty . Learning by doing, improving over time. It is more important to have a clean signal, may it be not so strong. The LEILA triggering signals are for later, and even those are clean, if you overdrive NONE of your gear......
P.S. : I don't encourage anyone to trigger LEILA.
yes, we should not overpower.
Looking at the transmit side for the narrowband transponder a smaller dish is clearly enough.
The big benefit of such a large dish is on the receive side especially for the wideband transponder and for transmitting
See you soon on QO-100.