There is a new satellite service which is supposed to show La Liga and Serie A games (with English commentary). Whether they will be live, taped or both, I don't know. The service is called VOOM and it is being marketed exclusively through Sears until 12/31/03. Some Sears stores have it displayed on high definition tv's if anyone wants to check it out. VOOM is being marketed as a "high definition" satellite service but will compete with DirectTV and Dish. It has a number of high definition channels (about 12) specially created just for VOOM. One of VOOM's exclusive channel's is "HD Worldsport" which shows sports in high definition, including European soccer in high definition. La Liga and Serie A games are supposed to be included. I have not gone to a Sears store yet to check it out, but the picture quality is supposed to be vastly improved over standard channels such as you would find on DirectTV, Dish or cable. Of course, to get the benefit of the high definition picture quality, you would need a high definition capable television. Anybody else hear about it or see it at a Sears store? BTW, VOOM's website is www.voom.com -- you can see a description of the HD Worldsport channel there. The earliest VOOM is doing installations of its product is November 4th. Also, please note that VOOM does not have local channels. It allows you to get local channels off the air (via included antenna) but you won't get them via satellite. So if your geography prevents you from getting locals by antenna, you won't get them from VOOM. Also, VOOM is brand new and they are still working out a lot of bugs on the technical side and don't have quite a few of the standard (non- high definition) channels signed up (ESPN, for example). VOOM had to rush out its service because if the parent company (Cablevision) did not get it started by the end of 2003, it would have lost its satellite rights. So it is still improving and adding more channels, but the HD Worldsport channel appears to be up and running and I have read some very positive comments about it on another (high definition related) forum. It's a $750 start-up cost, so it's a bit steep, but if you have some money to blow and you already have a high defintion TV, the HD Worldsport channel would certainly be a cool addition to your viewing options. Anybody seen it or heard about it and have any comments, especially about the Worldsport channel and the European soccer shown there?