I'm not commenting on anything about the situation with distants in 2006 and Dish Network. I'm just commenting on the state of the law today. (If I recall correctly, Dish brought up the idea at the distants trial that it was impossible to conclude that it did not have a single grandfathered customer. Yet Dish was unable to document a single grandfathered customer.) I'm not commenting on what AAD may or may not do. I'm just commenting on the state of the law. I'm not commenting on rules. Rules are written by an administrative agency, such as the FCC. This is the law as written by Congress. Rules and law are not the same thing. The same law applies to Dish and Direct as to AAD. The law is written in the general sense. A law that specifically applied to Dish only was the injunction. Again, the law is written in the general sense. There is no "AAD section" of STELA, there is no "Dish and Direct section" of STELA. If you disagree with my interpretation, then please cite me to the appropriate sections.