There can't be much more than 12% of the male US population above the age of 12 that isn't enthralled with classic (and current exotic) sportscars. So why is it that when I tune in to ANY automotive related program that I am besieged with the following: 1) Crappy music (mostly rap and/or hip hop). 2) Lame cars (bunch of name-your-bland-ricer-of-the-day, pathetic domestic fodder, or old muscle cars anyone can find for sale in a strip mall parking lot. 3) Very VERY short glimpses of something interesting, mostly intermingled with either meaningless or more often totally incorrect commentary??? Can't in the US pull of a show much like Top Gear in the UK that features cars of true interest, presented in a manner that highlights the car in question?? I can almost fathom the Car & Driver show on TNN...ummm, I mean Spike TV, being mostly inane, but what is up with a program called Sportscar Revolution on Speed TV featuring Hyundais??????? Damned tempted to pick up a DAT recorder, a decent pair of mics, and a friggin' powerful transmitter to record & broadcast the sounds of some 12 cyl. beasts over the public airwaves! Anyone else fed up?