Analyst Jennifer Murtaugh remains comfortable with her current 477,000 net subscriber addition forecast. She says the company seems to be more focused on achieving cash flow growth vs. subscriber growth; Murtaugh thinks this is a better strategy given weak macro-economic conditions. She looks for Q2 domestic EBITDA of $422.1 million vs. $323 million in the in year ago period. The analyst notes that the Street consensus range for domestic EBITDA is $390-$440 million; she thinks the company could meet the higher end of this range, depending on how effectively it controls its cost per gross addition. Murtaugh maintains her $42 target price.