At this time of year?
A this time of day?
In this part of the country?
Localized entirely within your kitchen?
May I see it?
Imagine that you've bought a 2-door car and everything's working great... Your favorite feature is the built-in roof mount for your array of HAM radio antennas. You take your car in to get an oil change and they remove the mount as part of a safety thing. You can still mount your antennas - but now you need to use a bumper hitch, and you have to install it yourself. There's a guy with a how-to on the web... (and that guy is pissed about the whole thing, but that's another story.)
See - a majority of users could give a rat's behind about a weird hobbyist feature. Most of the owners will be just fine without the roof mount. In fact, I bet that most owners won't even notice. There's just a few hobbyists that will be up in arms...
See the difference there?
Sure - you should feel entitled to some money back - but most consumers won't notice. It's not at all like you took their back doors away.
It must work...
And more importantly: TeleNav is a monthly fee. The tomtom app is an app - so you pay once and you get it. Not sure how you end up with 'double.' Looks like it's about 10bucks per month. (http://www.telenav.com/products/tn/pricing.html)
So you'll be paying double after about 1 year of use! (And, in spite of paying more, you won't be that hipster you long to be.)
The OP's concerns are valid. He wants positive reviews and NOT the "worked here" review.
And yeah - sue them. Employees that sue their employers, even when right, have trouble getting hired again. So if you sue your employer it had better be for something serious enough that you are either 1) making the world a better place by eliminating a gross employer abuse 2) getting a LOT of money such that you won't need another job.
The FCC is selling a big chunk of the 700MHz UHF spectrum, right? So will some of my channels move?
The only information that I can find about "THE SWITCH" assumes that I have an NTSC tuner (and that I'm really slow.)
AHA! Answering my own question...
Any channel mapped higher than 52 will go away:
Which for me means there are a few channels that will move.
And they show which ones will move here:
Interestingly - there are ATSC channels being moved even though they aren't in the sold spectrum!