Congratulations to Sky News on its glossy new look.
A new set, new haircuts and a video wall the size of Telford are the major changes in Sky's revamp.
Sky may have the edge aesthetically -- and is hard to beat on home news stories -- but their shortcomings are exposed when news breaks around the world.
Our Baghdad bureau was on air within minutes of this afternoon's explosions near the Palestine Hotel, while our world affairs correspondents added context and analysis.
Sky News was left struggling.