Seriously. I used to depend on it, but now it's pretty much useless (although I still see a major use for it in cars). The last holdout was being able to catch Armin Van Buuren's "State of Trance" on Area 51, but now it's on Digitally Imported every Thursday at 190 GMT, or 2PM EST anyway. Granted the time isn't very convenient, but I figure I can always upgrade to premium for better fidelity, and do time-shfit recording. (I think TuneIn.com lets you record shows if you're a premium subscriber...maybe DI will do that at some point.)
Anyway, are any of you still listening to satellite radio, and if so, what are you getting out of it you can't get elsewhere? I keep getting these renewal notices ("Don't miss out! Come back to XM! Only $25 for six months and we'll even let you date our daughter and throw in a free vacation on St. Barts!") but I just can't seem to find the motivation to cough up the $25 and see what they're up to these days.
Besides, isn't their satellite hitting end of life soon? I think they only last ten years or something like that.