And what do those who switched to Dish from Direct because of price only to find that Dish is as greedy as Direct? And now Dish can't even offer HBO or Cinemax. I have been looking at the bundles At&t is offering and I can save 75$ a month by bundling my internet, phone, and TV. I think I am going back. I became one of Sattelite TV subscriber in 1994. I had to buy a sony tivo and a DIY package from Circuit city. It cost me almost 1000$ to hook up to Direct TV and after 15 years and seeing all the offers they were giving away and knowing how much I paid just to have their service, I decided to change. But greed comes in every channel. I am now paying as much as I did when I had Direct. And I don't even get to have HBO. I think that Dish isn't long for the world. So I am going to change before Dish goes upside down and Direct can charge whatever they want. I have watched as the number of Dish TV subscribers are leaving Dish TV and I think I will be one. So I ask how many Dish TV customers are also thinking of switching to Direct? I am a subscriber to AT&T wireless home phone and the price is almost too good to be true. Compared to a landline it is like Christmas. And now I can bundle all three, TV phone and internet, and in the first year alone save a 100$ a month. In fact, I have an appointment this February 4 for a tech to come and hook me up. I am a little concerned that AT&T no longer has any customer service here in the states and if you have to speak to someone about your service, that person will have a very thick Hispanic accent. I am told that I do have access to a hard line internet access but I am not so sure. They do have a wireless home internet service but it is a little expensive. I think I will go with a less amount of data for my internet service and give up streaming any video. But I really only use it to pay bills and do a little shopping, so I am going to change either way. I really don't know why I am ranting on about this, but I have to ask how many Dish TV customers are thinking of changing also? I can remember when the only channels I could watch were free and only three. And of course the TV was black and white but at least half of the shows were also only black and white.