It's my opinion that the success (or lack thereof) of a particular team has no bearing on Dish's apparent lack of interest when it comes to RSNs. In the case of the NY market, it's clearly a financially-driven business decision. As I posted earlier, the per subscriber cost of each of the three NY RSNs (YES, SNY, MSG) is +/- $2.50 per month. I think once the decision was made to not carry YES, and those Yankee fans left Dish, Dish looked at the approximate $5.00 combined cost of the other two RSNs and determined that it was not worth that much to carry the other two networks for the NY sports fans that were left.Tells me Dish is not willing to pay the ransom demands. I would be curious who loses more, Dish with the churn it creates or SNY who now gets $0 from DISH? I would have to agree the Mets are not a good watch right now. Had a hard time just listening to it on the radio yesterday. With Santana and Bay out injured, Beltran on half a wheel and a poor bullpen, adds up to a lot of misery for Mets fans.