Cellphone TV: Ready For Prime Time?

This is a comprehensive review of the current state of mobile TV/video in the US. According to the review, despite the differences between the services they all have common flaws:
–Poor quality with small screen size and rebuffering problems.
–No service offers a program guide or any way to figure out which clips are available other than drilling down into dozens of different, little menu options.
–Poor content mixes, the blame for which is laid at the door of “complex Hollywood revenue arrangements”.
And something I found interesting about Amp’d: “Amp’d mixes together clips and live channels targeted to its young, male audience. The content selection hits the spot, but it’s poorly organized and difficult to navigate.” Amp’d differentiates itself on content and user interface — the review thought it had the content right but not the UI…