Thanks, Hasan. I would like to make 2 other short comments: 1) About FIOS not compressing content, that is completely false. A single uncompressed HD signal is 1.485 Gbps. Do we really think they are sending 100 uncompressed HD channels to us on FIOS? Verizon charges what, 40 bucks a month for bandwidth below 10 Mb, yet they can sell us a signal that consumes bandwidth 15 thousand times wider than that for about twice that price? Not in this universe. No consumer ever sees HD content that is not significantly compressed, including Blu-Ray and FIOS. Professionals rarely see it, except on live camera. Some HD is compressed before it even leaves the camera. 2) As to the compression issue, even if FIOS compresses less, that does not really improve PQ. While we may notice increased artifacts ON MOTION with more compression, moving images are difficult to judge PQ on, so we naturally judge PQ by static images. If you compress you have fewer bits left to handle motion, but still images only need a certain number of bits to be rendered perfectly, and EVERY vendor compresses less than to that level, meaning that PQ is not really different between any of the vendors for the 99.9% of the time where there is not significant motion. If one vendor can have superior PQ to another, why is it that the PQ of OTA signals that I can record and play back on my DVR is virtually identical to the PQ of the very same signal (received by DTV and converted to MPEG-4 and then compressed even more) received via sat and recorded and played back on the very same DVR and display? If trained eyes can't tell the difference between the original and the processed version from DTV, then how can any other vendor's PQ be superior to the original? It can't. If you need to argue PQ (at least in the area of content distribution by established content vendors), get in your Wayback machine and travel to 2004, when there were infrastructure gaps, gaps long since closed making the PQ argument all but moot, because this is 2011 and things have changed leaving those arguments in the dustbin of history. Production PQ can vary, internet distribution PQ can vary, PQ of various displays can vary (as can the subjective judgment of PQ) but there is little if any visible difference between the delivered product of OTA and cable, sat, and fiber vendors that even the best trained eyes can discern.