Since I have had Satellite Radio. I started this Satellite Radio appreciation thing back in 2001 when I saw this commercial in a movie theater before watching American Pie 2. I moved to Indiana and started college and got obsessed with a now defunct site known as clubxm.com. I was one of the moderators on that page. I would probably go read some posts from that site now and think I was a dumb kid back then. Crazy to go look at the wayback machine. XM Satellite Forums - Forum Index My first Satellite Radio was a Pioneer GEX-P900 GEX-P900XM - | Pioneer Electronics USA It was pretty epic to my 18 year old self having radio coming from space to my crappy 1993 Plymouth Acclaim. But it was in the days before podcasts or mp3 players. Smart phones really and it got me away from the country music stations that seemed to take over the very odd area of the country for this West Coast Seattle kid. Not having much money I would try and take advantage of the Friends and Family programs from XM Satellite Radio. Had a Delphi SkyFi then a SkyFi 2. Got an audiovox unit for Sirius as well. ClubXM had kinda gone the wayside with sites like SiriusBackstage.com and XMFan.com. I got asked to join the team with SiriusBackstage.com and had a great time donating time to them. We actually got to go to New York City and have some meetings with Sirius. Eventually I kinda just fell out of the loop and not really looking at Satellite Radio again for a long time. Fast forward to today I bought a new car and I get a year of Satellite Radio again. Still baffles my mind that Sirius and XM are now one company. The DJ's I used to love on XM Radio spending a lot of time listening to 90's on 9 and BPM XM 81 are now gone. BPM is now channel 52 which seems bizarre to my mind. I think my biggest loss was XM 27 Cinemagic. I used to listen to that all the time. I remember XM Channel 150 was the Comedy Channel on XM and they had this great programming director. But then he got caught up in a mess of doing bad things with children. I remember I would e-mail XM and I would get a phone call back to discuss things. It was a crazy time in the early 2000's. So I'm giving this Satellite Radio thing another try this time to see how it goes. Will it replace the Bluetooth connection between my car and my phone for music choice. It's hard to tell being a week in. But I'm looking forward to seeing what Satellite Radio does for me. I'm considering picking up the traffic package with my Satellite Radio since that could be handy on the navigation. Hope everyone that I used to chat with back in the day is doing well and staying awesome.