Use the same satellites you have been using, just change the transmission mechanism. How it gets delivered to the phone isn't the issue, it's whether the company wants to continue to waste money they barely have on delivering pnp radioes that don't sell, and building their own portables when there is superior technology available right now. Satellite radio as it stands now is still a niche. It's been 5 years and they still can't get 20 million subscribers. And the numbers have been going down, not up. The important thing with Internet Radio is the demographic of its listeners skews younger. I don't know one person under the age of 35 that can name their favorite local radio station. Because they're listening to iPods or Internet streams, or finding their music online, and through friends. In the next 2-5 years, car companies will adopt more wireless internet in cars, which means the ability to listen to Slacker, or Radio Paradise or whatever you choose in the car while you're driving, even out in the sticks. The same people listening to Internet Radio on their devices, and on their PCs are going to be the ones who are buying those cars. If satellite radio is to survive, they need to learn to adapt to that. No matter what the ruminations of someone who's unwisely dumped thousands of dollars into satellite radio hardware, and will leave in a huff if that hardware is rendered useless may be. Satellite radio is not the future. And won't be unless they get with the program.