I'm a little surprised that AT&T TV decided to include the ability to watch on 20 simultaneous screens in-home as part of their base package. That kind of feature costs extra on Hulu Live and FuboTV. YouTube TV doesn't yet offer such an upgrade but they soon will, as part of a $10 upgrade package that includes unlimited at-home screens, 4K and downloadable content. AT&T TV would be more competitively positioned if they'd cut $5 off the price of their base packages, or at least Entertainment, to bring it down to the same $65/mo price point that YTTV, Hulu Live and FuboTV all advertise. Then AT&T TV could include the 20 in-home streams along with unlimited cloud DVR (and hopefully soon, 4K) in the optional $10 upgrade. They also need to extend the retention period for cloud DVR recordings from 90 days to one year. Maybe we'll see some changes along those lines -- along with the addition of PBS and NFL Network (perhaps as well as MeTV, which Uverse TV has) -- when the new DirecTV company takes charge this summer. Wonder if we'll see any shake-ups to the channel packages (or to what degree it's even possible given the carriage contracts in place)? Rather than having discrete step-up tiers like Choice, Ultimate and Premiere (along with the nearly-forgotten Movies Extra Pack that can be added to any tier), it would make more sense IMO to reconfigure everything outside of the base Entertainment tier into optional packs that can be added to Entertainment. Maybe put all of the sports channels above Entertainment (e.g. RSNs, MLB Network, NBA TV, NHL Network, FS2, Golf, Tennis, SEC Network, Big 10 Network, etc.) into a Sports Extra Pack that sells for $20/mo rather than dividing them between Choice and Ultimate. Then take all of the non-sports channels (except the premium channels and the Starz Encore channels) outside of Entertainment and group them into one or more add-on packs that sell for however much (maybe $15 if they were all lumped into one). The Starz Encore channels (which are the main upgrade in the current Ultimate tier) would only be sold as part of an a la carte Starz subscription. I suppose they still might market a "gimme everything" package like Premier for folks who aren't concerned with cost and just want a simple box to check to get all the channels.