With AT&T increasing their True Cloud DVR and including 3 concurrent streams as standard on AT&T TV Now's current packages (Featured: Plus and Max / Others: Entertainment, Choice, Xtra, Ultimate and Optimo Mas) this really puts the service in a good place if you are looking only at the Cloud DVR options. YouTube TV still takes the #1 spot as the most well-rounded Cloud DVR with its Unlimited storage. Would be nice to see the 9 Month expiration removed to match fuboTV, Hulu Live TV and Sling TV with no expiration (until deleted). If you want the most well rounded Cloud DVR then look no further than YouTube TV. AT&T TV Now ties for the second spot for a well rounded Cloud DVR despite the 90 day retention limit. What would make this better is if they extended this option to their Legacy/Grandfathered customers and increased/removed the retention limitation. fuboTV ties with AT&T TV Now for the second spot solely because their lowest package (fuboTV Standard) includes a limited Cloud DVR that requires add-ons to unlock its full potential. If the 500 hours and extra concurrent stream was included in for fuboTV Standard it would easily knock AT&T TV Now to third place and tie with YouTube TV for the #1 spot. Philo and Hulu Live TV ties for 4th place. The requirement on Hulu Live TV to have the Enhanced Cloud DVR in order to fast forward during the commercials on any recorded program holds this one back meanwhile Philo's measly 30 day retention of recordings holds their Cloud DVR back. I do commend Philo for offering Unlimited Storage out of the gate. Sling TV now takes 6th place when compared to AT&T TV Now. I applaud the fact it has no retention limitation on recordings the storage is extremely low when compared to its rivals. What would make this better is if 50 hours was included as standard while the upgrade increased the storage to 100-200 hours at least.