I've been following the debate in Elko County, Nevada, where the TV Translator District Board has been nearly replaced with people who want to shut down free OTA service. They called the (depending on who is talking) 15 to 40 dollar a YEAR addition to the property tax bill a "TV Tax", and said that people would much rather pay $40 or so a MONTH for TV via satellite, or Cable (if available). The local paper even editorialized that TV is a "luxury". It seems that the Feds, States and Counties win either way, since the viewers will ALL have to buy service and pay whatever taxes and fees the governments want to assess...or, do without. So, as I ponder my recent phone bill, and see the fees and taxes and "recovery fees" on it, I wonder....What are satellite customers currently paying in taxes and fees? What do folks here think about all this?