My favourite channel was Classic Rewind / Big Tracs. I even liked the merged Classic Rewind for a while. But lately, they should just rename the channel Obscure Rewind. They don't play classic rock tracks. They play rock tracks that may have been played at one time or another but I certainly have never heard them. They also could be called the Van Halen channel. They play them at least once every 2 hours. Similar saturation with Genesis & Phil Collins. Conversely, I have found that some local FM channels play better mixes (but do have commercials). I have started listen more and more to 3 FM channels. The 1st is called BOOM 97.3. Plays 70s, 80s, and 90s. Fairly deep in playlist but all familiar. The 2nd is Q107 a classic rock channel. It is sort of like what the old TopTracs was on XM before the split with Big Tracs. This one has more commercials so I listen less than BOOM. The 3rd channel is a Saskatoon radio station Cruz 96.3. I stream it when I am at home or at work. 70s, 80s, 90s + some current stuff and 60s thrown in. Fairly deep playlist and no repeats in a given day. Can't listen in the car though as it is not local. I also like the new SXM channel "Classic Rock Party". But can only listen to it on internet. Since my wife also uses the stream I have limited opportunity to listen. And if I still can't find anything to listen to, there is always Slacker. I still pay $48/year to listen. May not renew that next year; I rarely listen. My wife and I each have lifetime subs. And we pay $4/month for the internet stream. The only sub which is not lifetime is the car subscription. I am thinking of not renewing next month. There was a time when such a thought would be unthinkable. But now it is the direction I am leaning (although I may let them talk me into a good deal).