FWIT, I don’t care for these “shared” morning shows between major markets. Yes, there is the usual “we plan to offer a ____ edition of the show so it sounds local. Always a nice way to start, but how long do these promises last? I would like to hear an example of where this type of situation has worked for atleast three years. Clear Channel loves ’em, and so do other companies, but I don’t. The smaller market, in this case Seattle, usually loses out. Seattle has been on the other end of this as well. I say build a great morning show and concentrate on your own market. This is the true religion of the radio gods.