I'm not asking from a company v company perspective. I'm asking from a legal perspective. If LightSquared is correct when they claim that the rest of the GPS industry is using frequencies outside of it's legally allowed blocks, then that means the rest of the industry is at fault for the interference that the gps industry is claiming. In America, this means that we have to stick up for LightSquared and make the actual rule breakers initiate the fix. The FCC is punishing LS by making them fix the problem caused by these other companies and it still may not allow them to use it. If this is the case, LS would have a huge reason to fight this in court and have the entire industry up in arms about the issue. I think they need to contact the Institute for Justice. By law, they shouldn't even have to try and fix this problem. The FCC and the GPS providers who are breaking the rules should fix it. This is assuming that LS's claims are true. Just food for thought.