89.3 deserves some cred for bringing something worthwhile to our airwaves. However, I have a hard time reconciling it's platform as "public" radio. It's about themselves and how awesome they are. Bill Deville seems to be the only professional on the air. Many of the personalities think it's cool to sound unprepared. And when they tout their own presence at a sold-out show, I don't believe it's truly for the public... Just for those in the "in crowd." Radio K is far more ambitious, diverse and humble than this. If it's cool to be exclusive and self-congratulating, then I guess they really are a gift from the radio heavens.