Cramer is always ranting about watching a company's financials and I've found him to be right about that discipline. Right now I'm watching something developing that could really rock their boat hard. I just can't see how it's happening and how a publicly traded company could be sitting on its hands instead of fixing a very fixable problem. A neighbor foolishly gave them his credit card number to pay his bill online. DUMB!! He started having DISH charges show up on his credit card bill, one for almost 1200 dollars for one month's service, instead of the 120 bucks for his monthlyservice and pay per views. This was in early May and he's sent them all the documentation they requested but they still haven't returned his money. He finally got tired of the stall tactics and called his bank, who investigated and reversed the charge. DISH promptly turned off his service. I started thinking and decided that if they did this online to even a small percentage of customers, their balance sheet would show tons more cash than they actually have. Make the refund process tedious enough and a certain percentage of customers ( lemmings??) would give up trying and drop the issue. On a hunch,I checked with the manager at my bank who told me that they are seeing this go on with DISH customers on an almost daily basis. Off the record, the manager told me there are rumors of computer hacking there and unexplainable patterns in the accountings. Rumors? Innuendo? Sure it could be rumors or innuendo. But if it's not, you do the math.