That would be good actually, but I guess it would have to be a commentary-less feed until they reached the scheduled broadcast time. I'm growing to like Marty on the women's races, he is gaining more and more of a grasp of the secondary riders as more is broadcast and can inform more (although if Anna Henderson becomes a big star it may become a problem!!!) and I really like Dani Rowe as co-commentator on the Eurosport stream. Her frame of reference is very up to date because her retirement is recent, she still has contacts in the bunch, and as she was something of an ATV as a rider she can give insight into most races.I was actually thinking (dangerous, I know...) that with so much coverage being on online streams, and therefore not dependant on general TV schedules, it might be possible to have a system with coverage not starting at a specific time of the day, but rather when - or before - riders reach a certain point on the route. Then viewers sign up for an alert to know if they needed to tune in at an earlier time than expected. They could still go live on old school television at the originally scheduled time.