I'm getting pretty frustrated with PBS. There's the multi-casting issue which starves HD of bandwidth (multicasting 5, count 'em 5 subchannels). But more importantly, they seem to be losing their way; their reason for being in the first place. My local PBS station here in Charlotte recently announced that they were dropping Frontline, perhaps the most important show PBS does. Why? Because last year Frontline did an episode dealing with how large U.S. corporations evade taxes through elaborate shelters that skirt the very edges of legality while ethically reprehensible. One of the companies exposed was Wachovia, the banking giant based here in Charlotte, and a big corporate supporter of WTVI. Next thing you know, Frontline's not on their schedule next year. Outrageous. And Soundstage in HD? Forget it. They're showing BBC sitcom retreads and other similar fluff instead. I'm sick of it; they'll get no more contributions from this household, and I have told them why.