I was watching an old episode of "What's My Line?" and they ran on Buzzr one of the original commercials for Stopit,. It was conversational, and not obnoxious as so many ads of today. Back in the 1950s-1960s, the ad was not offensive, but with the huge number of ads of today, a DVR is a must for watching any commercial channel. I timed a commercial break the other day, and it was 6 minutes and most of the ads, were something I would have muted, if I did not have the DVR function. You can be sure, that if the DVR was not available, many viewers would never watch a commercial channel other than may the news or sports. As I remember as a child back in the 50s, we never even muted an ad. That came in the 1970s, when the number of ads increased and they because more obnoxious. How things have changed. Don't get me wrong, there are ads that are decent, but most are not. I wonder how others feel about it?