I was browsing the info on RabbitEars technical data for the Chicago market. When you dig down to the Technical Data, you can see the amount of video Mbps for each channel. I have a couple of questions: 1) What is the maximum Mbps that can be on a single frequency? Does it change per channel? For example, I see CBS is set at 15.9 Mbps and the sub channel is at 2.2. Does that mean the maximum is 18.1 Mbps? (Looking at the others, when you add them up they don't add up to 18.1, so I assume the maximum is based off of the frequency) 2) Is there a historical listing of the video data? I have been watching the NFL on FOX (WFLD) and I have noticed more pixelation this year, and the technical data the video is variable from 4.7-10Mbps. WPWR is and HD channel sharing the frequency now. I am curious what WFLD was designating last year as I feel like last year's NFL broadcasts were sharper.