I have been thinking about this for a few weeks. I certainly don't have a time frame, but I do have a list of the killer apps that are going to get my business in the future. If some other provider put them in front of me right now, however, I might drop the dish from my roofline. (1) More HD choices. (2) Centralized receiver hardware with multiple tuners that will let me (3) Serve high def signals to multiple locations from that central source. (1) should be a no brainer. I don't any single channel in particular. I just don't want a single channel (BET in '09). (2) I want to be able to record - without having to cobble together a Microsoft Server - and store to a single location. I want one reliable central setup for all my shows. I think I need at least four tuners on that central source with the ability to record on all four and playback content to multiple locations at the same time. A four in, two out is all I really would ever need. (3) I want an easy way to serve a HD signal to a TV in my wife's office or the kitchen or the guest bedroom. I want those signals to be served by a central location. When I am tired, I would like to be able to watch my network shows in my bedroom. I would like to be able to watch my Monday night football Tuesday morning in my office. That's the list for me. The bad thing for D* is that FIOS is probably getting closer to offering that wish list to me. The good news is they just aren't here yet. So am curious as to the items that will make you stay if they are offered or go if they aren't.