Okay, I was probably being a little more facetious about it than I should have been. I apologize. I'm glad to hear they should be able to do it right. I was letting my tendency for sarcasm, and my healthy dread of dealing with phone reps from almost any large company, color my words. New question: I'm currently on Choice Ultimate with the three-months-free HBO/Max/Show/Starz bundle. That shows up on my bill as a $45 item (and then a $45 credit elsewhere). The price difference between Ultimate and Premier is...$45. It sounds like that margin will hold, at least within a buck or two, after February's increases. I am probably willing to keep those premiums for a little while even though the credit for them is now done (I've had my third bill). Shouldn't I just upgrade to Premier if it's the same price difference? It seems I'd gain some other channels, too, though nearly all the additions appear to be out-of-market regional sports channels. Would making this base package change risk my other "new customer" promotional credits, which should still have nine more billing cycles left on them? Any other "gotchas" to be aware of in switching one's base package? I suppose they are much more accommodating when upgrading a package versus downgrading.