I was at WalMart the other day and had an XM receiver in my had I was about to go cash out when I realized it was just the receiver, the home adaptor kit was an extra $65. I have about $60 left on my gift card I wanted to blow, but looks like I'll just stock up on some DVDs. How is the audio quality going through a home theater system? I realized the other day I never listen to the radio when driving, I always have my CD changer full with 480 minutes worth of Metallica or Pantera, which ever I feel like that day. Also with XM is there any service type contracts with having to have the service for a specific amount of time? I would like to get DirecTV and pay for it fully on my own, so I may have to cancel XM depending on finances (car insurance/maintaince mainly) and also the fact Boneyard and Liquid Metal would most likely be the only channels I would listen to, I would have to see if it would be worth it for the two channels.