I think it's kind-of a tricky call! You know, Sirius has never had a "big ramp-up" similar to what XM enjoyed last year. Of course, the "business models" are quite different, with XM having far less shares outstanding, and the number of shares a Co. has "in the float", greatly affect the movement of the stock price. With that said, if you "trim the parameters" of the stock's price movement relative to each other, Sirius could stand a "lot more to gain", but that surely doesn't mean that you won't have an opportunity to "add more at a much better price"! Anyone with a definitive answers is "only guessing"; There are so many variables and factors involved! Last word,...I would think that you will have an opportunity to "buy more cheaper"; The question is, how much cheaper?