http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/07/business/07cable.html These guys at the cable companies are just as clueless as they are portrayed in those satellite company commercials. They are just now figuring out that people actually want content on their devices, and just maybe that they don't know what's best for us when it comes to how that content is delivered. This is another laughable system that needs to go away. The sad thing is that billions of dollars were just spent upgrading to digital TV that would have been much better spent improving the backbone of that new fangled system we call the Internet. I am personally no more than a few months away from totally pulling the plug on cable services and going to web only entertainment. I recently realized that I almost never sit in front of the television anymore to watch programs, instead I watch them on the internet or from the DVR. What I want to watch, how I want it, when I want it. A concept that the fossils in cable and network broadcasting will never understand so they will disappear the way of the landline phone companies. This article has nearly pushed me over the edge of cutting the cable. I'm glad that we have devices like the ATV and high quality portable computers. They may not seem like "TV killers" but I think that they are playing their part in breaking down a system that has never had the best interest of the consumer at heart. Ok, end of rant.