We love to complain about programming on FM. Here in OKC we have all three kinds of music: rock, country and urban. Jazz? Classical? NPR sometimes between all the talk, or overnight. And there are a couple of Spanish stations. But for 24/7, we have all three. KOMA classic rock reception is good in my home, which is in a challenging location for indoor reception. And NPR comes in well, also. Thank god for Sleepers Awake! at night. But I listen to KOMA sometimes, too, and enjoy it every time. I just don't listen long enough for it to become repetitive. Nor do I listen frequently, for the same reason. Three hours on a Sunday morning. Wait three or four Sundays and repeat, with a changing playlist providing variety. What I find is that I hear music I would not have chosen, but which I mostly enjoy and haven't heard in a long time. Can't ask more than that... well, we can ask, but we won't get it. And because I'm almost always at home, I'm not often subject to car audio, which for many average Americans means commute-time radio. I just don't let them burn me out. It's all in how you use it, I decided.