optimusprime said:True, but then there are people who live in areas where ALL buried cables belong to a Baby Bell, a massive cable company, (Time Warner for me...) or the power company.
1080iBeVuMin said:This is a great thread, and great to read some of you guys again.
We too really miss our Voom! We still reminisce about the great commercial-free programming we enjoyed on Equator, Gallery, WorldCinema, and FilmFest. Outstanding stuff!!
We use our HDTV for SD videos (all that is available). We do not subscribe to any form of television programming since that fateful night in April. No current service deserves our monthly fees like Voom did.
I hope you guys are right when you say that HD programming will someday be at least as good as Voom was at its peak. When that day comes we will celebrate and sign up for service. I am not willing to pay meanwhile.
wase4711 said:Its kind of amusing reading these posts...I remember all the complaining, whining, and bitching about how bad everything at Voom was while it was on the air, and now that it is gone, some folks are sad about its demise..
Funny, how you don't know what you've got till its gone!!