Just in case folks don't keep an eye on some of the more esoteric CEO get togethers, the SiriusXM ceo announced at the investors conference the other day that they have been working, since 2018, on combining (apparently) the cellular based Pandora music platform with SiriusXM satellite, while eliminating the Sirius satellite streams in favor of XM only. Doing so would, of course, junk all the current 34M+ subscribed Sirius car systems out there, from various auto manufacturers. Apparently, they've made changes to the units beyond 2018 to a '360L' rf package that sounds like it makes such radios dual Sirius/XM, although I've been unable to find specifics on how owners can check if they have one of these units, that were never announced 'back in the day'. For those keeping an eye on sat launches, SiriusXM launched 2 new sats this year (for both east and west coverage) and no information was released at that time as to changes in the rf or digital layout of them, or if they had the capability to switch out the Sirius streams, again, to XM only. I can see two things happening if they go through with this plan; first, mass lawsuits from those 'stuck' with 'older' radios, and second, fcc problems relating to the original agreement allowing Sirius to buy out XM and run both services concurrently. I would think this is yet another ceo who let their fever dreams get ahead of their companies lawyers. Oh, in beating up mr google, it appears that they only started shipping the new radios this year, and only a few auto models have the units. So how accurate the 2025 date is, is up for debate.