Actually, I am a strong proponent of the Eureka-147 flavor of DAB. I do not like compromise systems. I probably would have favored field sequential color, back in the 1950's. During this hybrid phase, the stations only run one percent power into the digital sidebands. This is to prevent interference to the analogue component. When they go digital only, they will pour all of their power into digital sidebands. The digital advantage is why, after having satellite radio for nearly seven years, I can not tolerate analogue radio: looking at the display and seeing only the time and frequency. Once I got totally used to seeing artist and title information, I could not do without it. Admittedly, RDS or RBDS would have also addressed this issue.