All - Let me take a shot at blending the wonderful "Who's listening to f.m. tonight?" concept with the more generic thread of a few weeks ago over in general audio discussion. This isn't "what internet radio/service/whatever do you like/favor/support?" This is "what are you listening to now?" And how are you doing it? In the f.m. thread you can make an educated guess about sound quality based on the tuner and antenna. The equivalent here, I would think, would be the source component, whether you come out as analog or run through a dac first and what kind of speaker, assuming you're using a component system as opposed to an all in one. (I'm especially interested in whether people have decided to listen to online services with different, more forgiving speakers.) This is all predicated on my belief that online is radio by other means, and belongs here. If I'm wrong, perhaps Punker would be kind enough to move it to the appropriate spot. Also, I think Sirius/XM fits here, whether you're getting it as a stream or satellite service. Ok? Let me start: Shoutcast offers a set of "public domain" stations apparently operated out of Switzerland. They play only music that is is in the public domain in Switzerland. So far, I've heard Dexter Gordon, Benny Goodman, Errol Garner, Fletcher Henderson, Dinah Washington and Jimmie Lunceford. Sound? Very decent. According to the group's wiki, they run like this: 64 kbit/s 44.1 kHz AAC+, 128 kbit/s 44.1 kHz MP3. I'm streaming off a Squeezebox Classic connected by wifi, amped with one of those ebay 'Sure' t amps, (the 2024 that comes with the backlit dial), generic speaker cable to a set of PSB Alpha B-1s. s.