Do Echostar and Directv have deadlines in which to add all the 200 some DMA markets to satellite?? I was thinking that maybe it was by the end of 2004 since someone mentioned the "grandfathering" of distant channels ends at that time?? It seems like now the satellite industry is extremely unfair because currently some get all networks - ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, WB, UPN, and PBS all for $5 or $5.99 while other DMAs maybe have to pay extra $1.50 for missing affiliates--that is not right. Everyone should be entitled to all 7 networks for the $5 regardless of market size. It is also unfair that some new subscribers who do not qualify and are instantly denied waivers and are not able to record network programming on the DVRs. The only thing I care about having is ALL network channels and then some of the basic satellite channels.