I have XM. The sound isn't very good although the programming is generally good. I usually listen to comedy, sports and old music and don't sweat the sound. You're in a car after all. I get my great sound at home. What I don't like is how the prices will probably go up dramatically after an initial low price incentive. I DO NOT wish to subsidize Howard Stern and his outlandish contract, yet I'm sure I will even if I don't get a package with him on it. It has to float to him one way or another.
"Who cares if you can't afford the speakers! When you die you can be buried in them!"
Vandersteen 3A signatures, Vandersteen center and rears, 2 x 2wQ Vandersteen subwoofers, B&K Reference 30 pre/pro, B&K Ref 7250 amp, Denon 2900 DVD, Harmon Kardon CD191 cassette, B&O TX2 turntable, Panasonic 50" plasma, Sennheiser HP.