In the way I see life, the whole DRM thing is pretty easy. You can't pretend people to like and embrace a new technology (especially if it's a digital one) unless you don't give them hardware, possibly simple to use and cheap. So, the ones of you who toured the world, please tell me how many Digital Radio Mondiale receivers have you seen on electronic shops shelves… Three, four? Ok, tonight I feel in a good mood, let's say five. Now tell me, last time you've been in Switzerland, for example, how many DAB radios have you noticed in the same mall… More than ten? Priced from 49 to 190 Euro (for each kind of pockets)? That's it, you answered yourself, and maths answred the DRM consortium folks. For this reason, even if openminded towards digital modes, I don't get so crazy for DRM reception. Sure, it has been a blast to receive RNZI, and All India Radio popular music is cuddles for the ears during their digital transmission (guys, get the "Morning Ragas", Bombay 1965, and you'll see what I mean!). However, too many times it revealed itself frustrating spending ten minutes on Rai Siziano's 693 kHz (less than 300 kms from here!) to get twenty seconds of positively decoded audio. So, I pretty dropped it. However, this morning, a couple European signals on the "Pappradio" waterfall were impressive, and it took me half a minute to click them, and launch "Dream". Easy, sure, but not (yet) enough to gain followers among not radio geeks (but radio lovers). Anyways, enjoy the results of my "DRM wake-up call".