I have been a longtime DirecTV customer since the first day they had the Sunday Ticket. In fact, that was the SOLE reason I got DirecTV back in the 1990s--because of the NFL ST. As a Steelers fan living outside of Chicago, Sunday Ticket was a godsend to me, and the cost was justified by the fact that I could see Pittsburgh every weekend on TV. I'd say for years that almost all games were viewable on ST. Over the last few years, however, the ST games have decreased in overall numbers because of a few things: Sunday night football adding a nationally viewable game (Monday Night Football has always been there, so that's moot), the NFL Network adding several Thursday games, and even some Saturday games on the aforementioned network. Because of this, I can see the Steelers on free TV more than 1, 2, or 3 times, which used to be the norm. Out of 16 games a season, the Steelers have been available nationally, including during the nationwide FOX or CBS second Sunday game broadcast, anywhere from 6 to 9 times on average. This means I end up paying $300 for ST (if not more) for what amounts to 7 to 10 games, effectively meaning I'm paying $40 to $50 per Steelers Sunday Ticket broadcast game. I'm wondering if it's worth it for me anymore. I'm sure I'm not alone. My sister is a big Cowboys fan and she has expressed the same sentiment, wondering if ST is worth it for her (she doesn't live with me, btw). I fault the NFL for most of this, but I also fault DirecTV a little. Couldn't they convince the NFL to not increase the proliferation of so many non-Sunday exclusive games? The result is that there just aren't many games on ST anymore. Therefore, the price of that package should go down, not up. Just my 2 cents.