For a guy who's supposed to be shedding light on this technology, he isn't doing a very good job of it. To whit:
“What the ads say is true: AM stations sound like traditional FM (most are even in stereo), and the FM channels sound like a CD. There’s no static, ever.”
“Thirteen car companies, mostly small ones, offer option packages that include HD radios. You can add an HD receiver to your existing car, too ($200 and up). There are no pocket HD radios.”
Ford is a small car company?
And my radio fits in my pocket nicely; it's smaller than my cell phone, even.