Hi, Just a few quick questions for you awesome people! Does ADS-B coverage fully cover the continental USA or are there dead zones? Do the METARs get updated in real-time on the Dynon 10” display if it has ADS-B in and out, or do you have to manually refresh them somehow? This page (https://www.faa.gov/nextgen/programs/adsb/pilot/) says the FAA “added six new weather products to the FIS-B service” in including lightning, turbulence, icing, cloud tops… and that “Pilots will have access to the new FIS-B products when their individual avionics are updated.” What do they mean by “updated?” Does that mean when the software is updated? Is that done at every Annual? And does anyone know how long ago the FAA added those six new weather products to the FIS-B? How does one know if an aircraft is capable of and is indeed receiving FIS-B? What are the advantages for getting SiriusXM Weather vs. the free ADS-B weather?