I've just read a few pages of interesting commentary. I have a serious question for those who contend that Directv is not supplying what the majority of customers want or Dish is sitting back and laughing. How do you reason this? Dish lost subs. Cable lost subs. (Mostly economy, perhaps). But directv is not only holding, they are growing. No, it does not mean they are making everyone totally happy. Maybe not even a few 100% happy. But they are making enough people happy to sign up. Or stay. Or switch to them. That says to them, at least, that they are doing better than the competition. No number of Internet posts will change that perception. You can say it will bite them in the ass but if they are not getting churn or people leaving in droves because of channels, they won't make it a priority. That is not to say they won't want to stay ahead of the game but in between the rants, I saw some legit viewpoints that say that the numbers say that AMC rants and other complaints are a measurable minority. I do agree that is stinks if you don't get what you want. But to expand that to doom and wrongheadness for a business that has it's own data, only some we are privvy to, is being pretty focused. I would love to hear the reasoning without the angst.