I have been monitoring the U.S. broadcast situation and following the thread on the topic. First thing, please stop the bickering. We (fans in the U.S.) are upset by the very inconvinient television "coverage" we are getting this year. This has probably caused some to make some comments out of the heat of the moment. We need to come together as fans and not bash each other. I am also frustrated, as I have followed the CFL since 1981, at first by the big C band satellite dish and then through small dishes like BEV. I feel that since America One seems to hold much of the broadcast rights in the States and virtually no one seems to have access to their signal (It is even scrambled on FTA receivers), they could come up with an online package for the U.S. audience through internet streaming. That is if it is legally possible. I am a Bombers fan in Minnesota and have went to a few games in Winnipeg even though it is about a 10 hour trip. I have also taken in games in Hamilton and Toronto. I do not have access to ESPN360, as I am limited to one ISP in my area, and they do not participate in the service. I have resigned myself to the fact I will have to listen to games on the internet. It will dampen my enjoyment of the games, but not the passion for the league and the great sport that it is.