It's late but I wanted to get this out while it's fresh in my head. I posted a link to the Cord Killers show (http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGF-pEg6SdmtiGLA0QT-LXg) a few days ago and I've been listening to it pretty steady since I found out about it. The original thread is under Help & Resources. My take on the show... I guess it's good if you enjoy watching/listening to tech news versus reading about it. But for me, I am constantly reading stories on Ars Technica, The Verge, Tech Crunch, CNET, Facebook, TWiT, etc.... so this show seems to kind of just give a review of a lot of those stories which I guess you only have a limited amount to talk about in a niche like cord cutting but it seems like I don't hear much original content. For me it's like when someone tells you a story, then tells you again, and you want them to stop the second time but they keep going. My other issue is it seems a little hypocritical. One of the hosts, Brian... is a cord cutter but admits to only doing so because he does the show. Mike, the other hosts.. admits he still has DirecTV and it sounds like he has no plans to get rid of it. At least two of their guests I've heard also admit to being cable subscribers. So I naturally am like... WTF? I will probably continue to listen... just because I do enjoy listening to podcasts but I know they are only 9 episodes in but I'd like to see them push the envelope a little more and less talk about what shows and movies they watched over the week.