I'm putting this here because it has to with programming and shows and not DirecTV service. If a mod believes it belongs elsewhere...do what you need to do Anyway, I've been a subscriber to HBO since 1976. I've had it on C-Band, cable, Dish and DirecTV. After Entourage and Flight of the Conchords ended my wife and found we weren't watching it at all. The movie selection had become pitiful as well. HBO used to show a great selection of movies, both the first-run stuff and then little known movies at off times. But slowly over the past ten years the number of movies has dwindled and while some of their original stuff Oz, Sopranos, Sex in the City, Deadwood, etc has been quite good the actual amount of interesting programming has dropped. Instead they'll replay the same show or movie multiple times across their entire network of channels. I'd love to know what the actual amount in hours of new content is per week. Something tells me it would barely fill 24 hours. I wonder if they understand that a percentage (probably fairly large) of their audience owns DVRs and really doesn't need all the repeats. Anyone else think HBO has slid over the years? Disagree?