The TBSHD addition got me to thinking... I wonder if we are nearing the end of the grouping of HD channels up in the 94xx range. With mapdown, if we all reconfigure ourselves to look at the "old" SD channel numbers and map the HD down... then all but the Vooms and a handful of non-simulcast channels can literally be anywhere in the channel range and we can find them by the SD channel number easily. I bring this up because of speculation that perhaps TBSHD is temporary since it is using a previously assigned PPV channel number... but maybe the reality is that no longer matters. Dish was going to have a tough time grouping channels together in 94xx without some restructuring as things stay. TBS can't go near TNT like it ought to in the 94xx range unless they move others around. Not enough channels were skipped to put all the HBO/SHO/MAX/STARZ HD when those come on board either. Also can't put USA/SciFi/Bravo next to UniversalHD like would make sense. So I'm thinking... maybe what we will start to see is more extensive use of mapdown and any new HD channel that comes onboard will be stuck wherever they have room, with a mapdown to the SD equivalent for ease. Then only the non-simulcast (HDNet, HDNET Movies, HD Theater, etc.) need to be grouped together in the 94xx area. Any thoughts, and would this bother anyone if it became the trend?