I actually like Ben Edwards. I think he's doing an OK job, but I'm going to give him a few more races until making a more detailed judgement on him.
For me, it'll always be the BBC. I refuse to pay money to Rupert Murdoch and his cronies just so I can watch all of the races live. The BBC have done a stellar job with the extended highlights so far this season, and by getting Gary Anderson on board, they have somebody with experience in the technical side of the sport. Yes, they've lost Martin Brundle to Sky, but that doesn't make me want to get Sky to watch the races, even though he's brilliant at what he does.
In slightly unrelated news, the French Grand Prix looks set to return to the calendar in either 2013 or 2014 (most likely alternating each year with Belgium) at the Paul Ricard circuit near Le Castellet in the south of France. And, according to the BBC's gossip column, Autosport magazine has stated that it will most likely be on the original 3.6-mile configuration. So that'll be interesting to watch the slipstreaming battles on the Mistral straight!