This was picked up from the Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph. I kind of understand the concept of DTV wanting back their equipment or charging the customer for it, but this is a bit too much. A homeowner who lost everything in the Black Forest fire herein Colorado Springs is being billed $400 for the equipment that wasinhis Ouse when it was burned down. Sure, the homeowner should get back the insurance cost - eventually, but that cold be Nyah's or even a year before that is worked out. In the meantime, they have,to fork over $400? This is not a solvated incident. This happened during the Waldo Canyon fire last year as well. Here is the link to the article http://gazette.com/directtv-to-fire-victim-who-lost-it-all-you-still-owe-400/article/1502291?custom_click=rss. Come on DTV! Where's your heart? In your wallet?