I'm still looking for the perfect "fix." My first taste of this sort of thing was the Underground Pipeline in Gainesville in the early 80s. It was only available on cable, so they catered to an audience intrepid enough to hook up their cable to their stereos. Since we were already pirating our cable from a neighbor, hooking up the cable to the stereo was no big deal. That station was awesome. Through the ensuing decades I've been a loyal listener to college stations WRAS (GA State), WREK (GA Tech) and WRFG (Radio Free Georgia) in Atlanta, WMNF in Tampa and KDHX in St. Louis. I currently listen to Indie Pop Rocks and a couple of west coast stations online, and still listen to and financially support KDHX, even though I moved away from St. Louis 10 years ago. Strangely enough, I've never found a community or college station in Chicago that I can get in my car or that is better than the online stations I already listen to, but they do have the best commercial station I've ever listened to, WXRT. Was wondering what else is out there that I might be missing. I also wonder how many of you central, west coast Floridians listen to WMNF. That was a real treasure in Tampa. The program director lived across the alley from me, so I got involved in the station and got to know some of the air staff there. It's considered one of the best in the country. The public/community affairs programming was especially good. $10 says this thread dies within a day, but it's a big thing to me. I'm always on the lookout for new sources of music, news and public affairs. If I get two good responses, I'll be happy.