Drew Clark's coverage of the DTV transition in National Journal has been excellent. He writes the "Wired in Washington" column for CongressDailyAM which NJ has reprinted. This column includes the following: "... But what of the costs of keeping the DTV transition in 2009? ¶ There are three big numbers to watch. The first is the amount of the set-top box subsidy. The second is the value of the frequencies to the government. The third is the consumer benefit. Let's do the spectrum math. ..." Recommended. --Dennis. Link: National Journal.