I don't see any coincidence at all that they same morning Jim Cramer bad mouths RSH in his Street.com column that Goldman Sachs lowers its target price. The fact that Cramer spent time at Goldman and still consults with them gives the appearance he is in cahoots with Goldman in trying to drive down share price. I wouldn't trust the guy to run a lemonade stand.
I suspect Comcast is intentionally overcharging existing customers to help pay for the Time-Warner deal. On my last bill I got jacked an extra $30 for premium channels I never ask for. My neighbor who signed up for a $99 bundled service contract good for a year got charged $20 extra for suspension of introductory prices after only six months. Any error Comcast makes is always in their favor - - they do not make honest mistakes.