Let's ban citizens from owning cars and/or purchasing alcohol. That will solve the drunk driving problem too.
I have the AT&T U-Verse service and I'm not impressed. While the service is reliable and connectivity has not been an issue, the picture quality is not as good as DirecTV, I've had continual problems with the TV box and AT&T's so-called "award winning" customer service is great, if you can find a way to interact with an actual human being at AT&T.
The Chattanooga Airport like the local area is growing but has some tough items to address. I think it's a pipe-dream to expect an AirTran or a Southwest to come to Chattanooga within the next 5 years and even if they did, non-stops to most cities in the nation are not going to happen. You can thank the airlines "hub and spoke" system for this.
But as a frequent flyer, CHA all in all is a great experience. Parking and security are a breeze (get that parking faciliity built soon though) and knock on wood I rarely have delays or cancellations getting to and from CHA. I don't have to sit in a cramped shuttle to ATL or BNA (and listen to the person next to me on their cell phone for 2 hours) and then deal with a longer security wait when I get there. Yes I have to hike through the Atlanta or Chicago airport to catch my next flight but if I shuttled to Atlanta I'd still have the same (or even longer) walk to the next gate. Pricing is higher here and the airport needs more airlines to compete so that prices will improve.
I wish Chattanooga would study Greenville SC and see what they've done at their airport. It's a small facility but is layed out well, easy to navigate and was successful in getting Southwest to fly there.