Correct. At willow.tv on the internet, they have a link for each match that is in progress. You can choose either match that is in progress, or you can even watch games played earlier in the year in their archive. Once you choose a match, you have a choice of three "feeds" for that match. On one day in the earlier Ashes tests, the three feeds showed: i) The same willow channel feed as would be on DirecTV/DISH ii) Star Cricket feed direct from India without anything additional done by Willow iii) SkySports UK feed However - that one day was an exception. Most days of the Ashes tests, the three "feeds" have been identical - ie the same willow channel feed as would be on DirecTV; except when Willow Channel was showing the match in South Africa, in which case it was the Star Cricket feed. When SriLanka - West Indies tests were on, it was also possible to see those matches on the website - ie, see matches that were only being shown on DISH on the ZeeSportsAmerica channel. The one thing you cannot do with willow.tv is use two computers to watch two different matches at the same time. They will not allow multiple logins to one account. To watch two matches simultaneously, you'd need to have two accounts at willow.tv, each being $15 a month. So, the concept is very promising - now if they could just work on the delivery!