Except that the sports bar wouldn't be using a bunch of Rokus, they'd be using a networked streaming box provided directly from AT&T, probably designed just for commercial use with their forthcoming streaming "full DirecTV" service. It should be easy enough to stream 20 different channels simultaneously if the bar has gigabit service from AT&T Fiber. For other gigabit providers, well, they'd probably just want to go with that MSO's own TV service (at least if the MSO enforces data caps against competing video providers). I say all that to underscore that, several years from now,DTV's base of commercial DBS subscribers will probably also dwindle, although not to the extent that their residential base will. Whether the nationwide customer pool will be enough to sustain profitable operations until DTV's current fleet of satellites fails, or whether AT&T at some point sells off their DBS operations after converting the lion's share to OTT, who knows. But those scenarios are certainly years away.