Anyone else have any experience with HD radio? The thread about Sirius and XM got me thinking about it. It's digital simulcasts of regular terrestrial radio stations, with additional stations on the same frequency. So if you have a digital/HD tuner, you can tune in your regular station, say gay teen music on 106.1. Now your radio displays "106.1 - 1" and it's a digital version. If you roll the dial up to change the station, it will go to "106.1 - 2" and you'll get their HD2 station, which is completely different programming, maybe country, rock, etc. The HD2 stations are commercial-free also. I'm not sure if that's permenant or experimental. I've read a little that the HD technology is licensed, not actually owned by the radio stations, so I think the owner or the fcc requires it to be commercial free for at least a set period. We have 3 HD stations in my area, and one of them is country, which is nice since we haven't had country around here in almost 10 years. Now I hear BMW is putting HD receivers in new vehicles and circuit city is pushing the receivers. I have a receiver through my job, but I don't get to listen much cause it's a pita to move the receiver around between vehicles and offices, etc. But I'm hoping it takes off and eventually replaces analog radio so the recievers get cheaper. I'd LOVE to hear country on the bike and commute... My Mp3 library is getting a little burnt... So any thoughts on it?