Used to be that radio was a necessity, because of limited space for, gulp!, cassettes. I never could get my phonograph to work
on the boat!
But then they came up with CD-ROMs. I have a 10 disc player and years of music
Then they came up with this iPod thingy where ALL of your music
could be held in the palm of your hand.
I have S/XM in our car, 'cuz my wife likes the comedy channels when she's alone in the car, and when we're together all that's "allowed" is "mellow yellow" stuff. When I'm alone I play the handful of CDs I have stashed in the car.
Point being, with iPods, what use (need?) is S/XM at all? Especially if reception
is questionable. A serious (pi!
) question. Just curious.