The currently still in play second half from Bamber Bridge is exciting stuff. Made even more tense by the constant buffering of the signal necessitating hitting the refresh button every 25 seconds.
This brings the signal back for a second or two. If you're lucky.
Just long enough for something to sound like it was about to happen, or leave the commentators faces frozen in some most unappetising poses - think mad men suffering a huge stroke. One of whom may well be Phill Jupitus.
At times you only have the vaguest sense of what's going on, and whether we are defending for our lives, or about to score, needs to be guessed at, often purely on the direction the commentators were facing when the screen froze.
But little do I know. They've just scored during a frozen moment when to all the world, it seemed we were attacking.
Sorry Ritchie, but you are still a very long way away from ever being able to charge for this service. Shame.