Building on some of the comments about on frequency boosters in another thread, I've had a change of heart about some of those signals. After working with one of those owners over the past few years, these signals present a considerable challenge. If you are fortunate enough to work with some of area's better engineers, who know the systems, the signals are quite workable. If you don't, I'm afraid it's another story. Many operators in the community are at the mercy of the landlord and they are not always a benevolent ruler. Humpy Peak itself is difficult to get to if there's a problem, there is only so much that can be done. As for the boosters themselves, some signals are experiencing noise and loss of the stereo carrier, especially in areas where the signals overlap. Will operators who haven't made an investment in consistent engineering find this catching up with them? Only time - and Nielsen monthly reports - will give us an indication.