I pay $2.99 per TV episode (and many are only 25 minutes long!) more than I want to admit, even hiding my "habit" from family and friends. In my opinion, my time and the comfort (I love HD) I get out of it is worth it to me, it's a guilty pleasure since I don't spend money on drinking, bars/clubs, smoking, late model cars, etc... this is the thing that I really enjoy, so I spend my $ in the iTunes store. The HD and the lack of commercials is, let's face it, what I'm paying for. And REEEALLY paying, too. Especially when you consider the value/cost of a 1/2hr sitcom show that runs only 23 minutes without commercials is $2.99, and that's show after show after show. So it made me panic a few months ago when while watching an episode of The Soup I got little promos of other E! shows tossed in there. I got all "oh NO YOU DI-INT!" but then quickly forgot about it since I didnt see anything anywhere else for a while, but now with the new episodes of New Girl (one of those $3-per-20-minute shows), I keep getting promos of other Fox shows as the show is starting. I know they aren't selling Tide, but a commercial is a commercial, even if it's for another show or a preview for a movie. It's one thing if YouTube wants to do it, but iTunes is not only a subscription service, it's a VERY HIGHLY PRICED subscription service! I pay that insane price to AVOID commercials, promos, crawl bars, and so on.... This is how it starts- first it's subscription, then it's subscription-with-promos, then it's subscription-AND-commercials! (notice that even Hulu shows commercials with the paid Hulu Plus subscription). Where can I write and complain where it would make some difference? Any suggestions? Has anyone else noticed this and got miffed a bit too...?