Ever since the layoffs, there has been one irate post after another stating that Sirius XM is going to lose hundreds of thousands of customers over the upcoming changes to the musical channels. Let's remember gang, of existing 20 million subscribers, what percentage of those has idea what's going on, or is even really going to care? Joe Consumer just doesn't get wrapped up into the minutia of these things like some of us tend to. If he clicks on his radio, and can find "the game" or find a listenable music station that doesn't have 20 minutes of commercials an hour, he's going to be rather happy regardless of whether the station is called "The Big 80's" or "Decades-The 80's". Those of us on boards like these are the token few who are going to jump off a bridge if "The Boneyard" is six feet under, Joe Consumer is going to go, "hmmmmm, I thought there was a metal station around here somewhere, guess not" and get on with his life. While some of us may not be happy with what's going on (quite frankly I prefer the more hits oriented Sirius channels anyway) the notion that THIS is going to be the thing that undoes satellite radio is, quite frankly, misguided and silly. PS-If I never hear the term "shallow playlist" again, it'll be too soon.