Just a heads up for those of you running an XM Radio at home and use or would like to use a signal repeater... Amazon has them cheap now at $21.17 for the repeater and the antenna for the repeater (you still need an antenna to hook up to the repeater, of course). Anyway, it's cheaper to buy the repeater/antenna combo now than it is to just buy the antenna. I checked TSS to see if they had anything as I wasn't going to post this if they did out of respect for them running the site and I didn't see anything but a Sirius Echo Repeater and it was out of stock. If your curious about them: they work great. I've used on on my balcony of my apt for a number of years with an external antenna. The repeater is out of the weather but from what I remember reading in the manual it's OK to be outside you just don't want it directly exposed to the sun or rain. My Terk antenna recently broke and I replaced that with the Pixel (I think that's the name) dual XM/Sirius antenna. It's a commercial antenna. That thing seems to have bumped up my reception by a 'bar' or two. Meaning I think on my radio I can have a max of 5 bars and now I'm getting 3-4 whereas before I as getting 2-3.