I wonder if someone could clarify what the plan is for the frequency use after 2006. For example if a VHF channel moves to a UHF channel for the transition, what happens to that channel after the transition, does it stay at it's new UHF home and the gov auctions off the old VHF space, or after NTSC gets shut off (if it ever happens), does it move back to it's old VHF home and the gov auctions off the UHF space. The reason I'm asking this is that all my locals (within 80 miles) are going to be on UHF primarily 30 and above, so I'm thinking a better UHF head is in order, and leave the old VHF head as is, if however they're going to switch back after the changeover, then I would replace my aging VHF head with something newer. Any insights anyone???