My pain in the arse theory, it will be a $5 subscription fee per month.
My biggest FUD will they require "always" on to work.
Some service, that you've never heard or use, suddenly BSOD because you are disconnected from the Internet (calling home) longer than a week.
I go nuts when the stupid operating system patch didn't get installed cause some other patch for a MS software package 3 months ago didn't get installed, and so now my operating system has been at risk for several months because one application update won't install unless I manually download the patch and install it separately outside of frigging Windows Update.
As socrates said 'Kids these days...'
Socrates: "back in my day... we only had hemlock, none of those fancy apples..."
I suspect a lot of people who bash large vehicles have little experience with them, you simply don't know what you're missing.
People who don't have the life scenarios seldom comprehend the other side of the coin. They just can't fathom scenarios outside their limited perspectives.
Heck, they can't fathom the possibility that some SUV owners might actually utilize their vehicle as it is designed for.
The other side of the coin would be a bundle like NBC and NBC Sports Network.
You want HD service, you have to pay the higher DVR rental fee for it.
But what if I don't want DVR? Sucks to be you.
Can I have DVR without HD? No.
Can I have the HD package without all the other fluff packages? No.
Can I connect a personal recorder without the cable box? No.
On the other hand, i can count to potato...
On the other hand, if any data is recoverable, then it really means that the super duper turned up to 11 secure for someone of ex-Presidency and Sec of State was not as secure as they thought it was.
People don't care about the boring mundane routine things that are too hard for them to grasp.