Jhon, you say, But I'll get off my soap box, it appears most people are more concerned about integrity of Dish contract language than customers being happy with their service. Didn't know that was the purpose of this forum. I would argue that it goes beyond the integrity of the contract. It's about the average PayTv bill having gone up 122% since 1995, while Household TV consumption has gone up only 13% during that time frame. If Fox is able to extract a significant rate hike this week, why won't another network, let's say Galavision, be able to ask for 400% more next time around. And wouldn't the Spanish-speaking audience have a right to complain, as you are now. And let's say that the Carrier acquiesces, and pays' Galavision its 400% more. Should you have to pay 1 dollar a month more (or whatever the number is) for a channel you don't watch? I support E*, and I would support D* as well.