I think the new wireless repeaters coming out in 2005 is a step in the right direction, but NOT a solution. What amazes me is why no one has made a satellite XM or Sirius dish with a built-in 4X4 multi-switch like on DirecTV dishes. You could get by with a smaller footprint of the dish too so it's not nearly as large. This would give you optimal signal lock and have the ability to run wires inside the drywall to each dedicated XM receiver located in different rooms of the home. The problem I face is I have no South windows because my garage is that area of the house. Also, I have quite a bit of space to cover as well in the overall size of the home. So, the limited trasmit range of 75-100 feet is not going to help me much at all. If their trasmitter could go 200-400 feet then we would be getting somewhere and it would be a solution for many people. Mainly, this product is good for those with apartments or smaller space to cover. If XM truely wants people to adopt their platform and listen to their music in the home, a dedicated dish with multi-outputs for in-wall cable runs is the best solution. No one wants unsightly wires visible in their home. To me, this would be a no brainer way to make money by making such a dish.