HBO did it the best. Even leaving aside the commercial-free aspect (which the other channels can't do), HBO showed us more variety. We at least got to see highlights of all of the seeds, and other known players. By showing several matches, it made it feel like a big event. The other networks tend to focus on one match; almost invariably a men's match. The problem with B-O-5 and the lack of service breaks is that even a bad men's match can last 4 hours. There's your whole telecast. That makes a slam indistinguishable from a regular tournament. Move around, and show us a bunch of different players. With a b-o-5 match, there's really no reason to tune in before the 3rd set. Show us matches that are in the latter stages. And if a network is going to go jingoistic on us, show us ALL the Americans, not just the men and then the top 2 or 3 American women. If Mardy Fish and Taylor Dent deserve coverage, then certainly Chanda, Alexandra, Lisa, Meg, and Laura do. Hell, Monica had to twist an ankle and lose to get any coverage during the 1st week of Oz.