And everything slowly begins to fade. I don't know if you noticed, but there was almost no activity on this forum for, well, hours. When was the last time that happened. Slowly people are begginning to disengage from their addiction to free tv. If the manufacturers of the boxes want to stay in business, they will have to came up with something soon. I don't necessarily mean a bin. There has to be a way to reach the vast numbers of people who have the FTA machines as an audience. The time frame is short. You have probably two weeks more before many will lose interest and move on. After a month, mostly only the hard core will remain. Others will check in occasionally, but many will give up and find their tv fix elsewhere. Surely there is someone out there who has the money and vision to see this as a great opportunity. I hope so, even though it may mutate and change into something we never imagined, FTA is too great of a concept to let die.