Folks, I believe this has been discussed before, but I think the various broadcast and cable networks are frequently just overdoing it in term of the bugs used to identify the channel. Among the worst offenders are Sci-Fi Channel (the logo is just too bright), Disney Channel (the logo is too big), and History Channel (the colored logo is too big and is very distracting to watch). I believe it's time we should ask the FCC to rein in network bugs being used. The FCC should require all stations to have bug not exceed a certain size on-screen and also require the "bug" to be translucent in design. One thing I like about the network bugs used by ABC, CBS and NBC is the fact they're reasonably unobtrustive but still identify the network easily. Comments?