I gotta believe that you're talking about extended basic, typically 70 or so channels including things like Discovery, A&E and SciFi. The basic service tier is the 20 or so channels which must include any over-the-air rebroadcasts and which is typically dominated by things like CNN and the community access channels. That's what we're talking about here--the FCC isn't at all talking about making them continue to carry 50 or 60 extended basic channels in analog, none of which they have any requirement to carry in analog (or any other form) as it is. In my system, "limited basic" is $12.95/month. We're not talking huge amounts of bandwidth here; this FCC ruling doesn't affect anything except carriage of over-the-air channels, which in most areas is some 5-8 channels.