Hi, this is my first post in Satellite Radio, and I'm still trying to gather some info, so I hope I'm not rehashing something you've already talked about. The recent growth of Sirius and XM shows that there is definitely a market for mobile satellite radio, just as there was for DirecTV and Dish. But, of course, they're both going to reach a ceiling, where, after a while, they're just not going to get more people interested in the idea of paying a monthly fee for radio. That is, unless they can offer more than radio. Think about the technology of satellite radio. It's essentially just bits and bytes. What if either competitor decided to dedicate some of that bandwidth to television? What if they partnered with CE companies to develop receivers with LCD screens, or at the very least, AV outputs? What if they crossed over into being mobile satellite TV? That would really boost the number of subscribers. Suddenly, all of those LCD screens being installed in the backs of minivans and SUVs would become live TVs. Boaters would be able to have continous, uninterrupted TV (with a range that can go into deep waters). Commuters (hopefully not the ones driving) would be able to pass the time of a long commute. Sirius or XM could use their current relationships with the content providers with whom they have licenses, and renegotiate to get the TV networks as well. Has this been discussed before? Is it technologically not feasible? Would the bandwidth from one TV signal gobble the bandwidth of five, six, seven audio streams? If they could do this, would they essentially have to make a decision as to whether their ENTIRE service would have to change over to TV, or keep it the way it is? I'm asking because I might have a financial (and other)interest in one of the satellite radio providers soon, and I want to be sure I'm on the right track here. When I visited their offices recently, I was told that television was potentially a way to go. Just want to be sure they weren't blowing smoke. The way I see it, their future is iffy if things remain status quo, but things could dramatically improve if they go with TV. Am I thinking too far ahead in the future? I mean, with the technology we currently have, we could feasibly turn laptops into mobile satellite TVs with mobile satellite internet. But of course, that would take years to get into production, let alone market penetration. Could mobile satellite TV take so long to develop that the current mobile satellite radio providers can't financially hang on long enough to exploit it?