In Part 1, Mark Ramsey writes:
It's not the quality of the content or its variety. ¶ It's not the cost of the radios. ¶ It's not the cost of the subscription or whether or not satellite radio is "worth" paying for. ¶ It boils down to two factors, and here's the first one: The process of acquiring satellite radio is a big hassle. ...
Updated 14 Apr. 2007.
Here's a link to Part 2.
But also read Bob Lefsetz's take: How Did Satellite Radio Become Uncool? Link: The Lefsetz Letter. --Dennis