I'd rather cede market share at $40 per month, than increase market share at $30 or less.

Despite all the concerns about competition, I can't see who wouldn't like these results.

The promotion will reduce promotion and advertising spending for the film, potentially limiting risk and heightening the probability the Lions Gate will reach [fiscal-year sales forecasts].

Across the board, in terms of customer growth, they beat all of our numbers. Financially, they were strong.

To the high $80s.

I thought the results were pretty good.

I thought the results were pretty good. They were (generally) in line with our expectations, with cable outperforming our estimates on all fronts.

Not only does Hughes benefit from this transaction by making it more focused on its faster growth lines of business, but it sheds the company's riskiest line of business.

The Street should like these results.