I came in here to post the same thing. Having videos at your fingertips is awesome! Not that I would actually DO this... : ... but, theoretically, it would be possible for me to watch an entire hour-long episode of a television show I might have missed while I commute to or from work.Adventure North said:Easy choice, ipod hands down. There are so many more options and opportunities to use it. I have a 60 Gig ipod video and it goes everywhere I go. I have movies, TV shows and music on it, and I can listen/watch it anywhere I want, and when I want, that includes my truck. I'm not restricted to just my car or home like satelite radio. If you like listening to shows you can simply down load them, there are thousands of different podcasts out there, and there tons of new ones every day. All in all I find ipods so much more versatile and entertaining, then radio,.. satellite or not.
noladude said:I have both Ipod & Sirius hooked up and have to say I probably listen to Sirius more while driving; however, I like the Ipod when I'm running/biking or working out. If you could manage to get both, I would highly recommend it...I listen to Sirius to keep up with new music which gives me direction as to what to download on my Ipod for continuous listening. Sirius Octane (Channel 20) rocks...:rockon:
My experience is that if you setup your satellite receiver correctly, the quality is better than acceptable. I also run Sirius through a docking station into the amp/receiver in my home and it sounds awesome.usmcski said:is the sound quality of the satelite radio really that bad?