Now, if only TimeWarner's service could equal the excellence of their employees.
Oh -- and one more thing: if only TimeWarner would offer their packages based on how many channels are actually viewed. I only watch about 10 channels almost all of which are cable channels like Comedy Central, Discovery, PBS, History, USA, TNT, Sleuth and a couple more. Yet I pay for over 200 channels. Basic cable -- and its 3 dozen or so channels -- doesn't include any of the cable channels I watch so I have the next package up from basic. Their packages go from 30 to 200 (or something like that). Bundled services are like an all-you-can-eat buffet: you pay for food you don't like, would never eat and there's way more food on the table than justifies the cost in comparison to how much can be eaten in one meal.
Whew! Glad I got that off my mind.