Guys....again back to the numbers. Tom's laid out a pretty good sense of it. There are more SD customers than HD customers in the USA. The cost of swapping out all those SD receivers, plus rolling trucks (labor), plus switching out the dish would rival only the stimulus package the gov't put through. Way more than a new satellite (or many satellites for that matter). Honestly, it's not even close. There are plenty of very smart people that are working on this very thing and a number of procedures, policies, etc have already been put into place for the eventual reality that HD becomes the norm. This is why you see some new customers getting HD only, as part of that process. Some of those policies will "hurry" that reality quicker, but to just swap everyone out to gain some capacity that can't be used for any fruitful purpose today, would not be a smart use of resources, would cost more than many nations annual GDP's (I'm not joking), and the benefits not realized for years down the road to make it a non-starter no matter what lens you put it through.