Trying to cancel Sirius reminds me of the stories a number of years ago when people tried to cancel AOL. Very long wait times and the CSRs really pushing a hard sell. The first time I called to cancel I was on hold for 20 minutes. Then, after I gave my radio to someone else and they could not activate, I had to call again. This time I tried to sneak in by saying I had a billing issue. Hold time? 1 minute. However she said she couldn't help me and transferred me to "cancellation" -- hold time 28 minutes. The poor people who now have my radio are getting a "SIRIUS" runaround. They were first told they could not activate my old radio because it was still on an active account (which it's not), then they were told they could only activate it if it was mounted in a car (untrue). Sirius also gave them a hard time about the activation fee which they finaly agreed to waive, and finally told them that an "FM transmitter number" was needed to activate the radio. I told them to try activating it online, but I'm sure they will be charged the activation fee. At this point they don't care as long as they can get it to function. Mission accomplished Sirius!