I've been a DirecTV customer for approximately 10 years, and four years ago added a second account at my daughter's home in another city. Neither account is within the two year contract period. I've had my own DirecTV account suspended since January, when my DVR conked out. After many years with the Premiere package, the ever-added costs just got to me - the DVR fee, which DirecTV then began increasing (for a while, I was grandfathered, and didn't have a DVR fee, then they started charging me), the HD fee, then the increasing Premiere fee - I didn't want to ask for a replacement DVR and incur a new two-year commitment in view of these areas of dissatisfaction. Now my daughter's family is moving to another city. If her home has a good line of sight, I suppose she and her husband can subscribe on their own and get the deal that new subscribers get if they decide to keep DirecTV, but they're on their own now that grad school is over. So I'm considering canceling DirecTV. I called today, and the following offer was made for my own account: replace the broken DVR with a comparable DVR without a 2-year commitment; or get a new genie HR-44 or Tivo - plus a second unit for the bedroom, for free with a 2-year commitment. On the programming side, and this was without regard to whether I made a 2-year commitment: $10 off per month for a year for the Premiere package, free HD for a year(worth $10 per month), and $5 per month off for six months for each of the following: HBO, Cinemax, Starz, Showtime. So, a total of $40 per month off for 6 months, and $20 off per month for the next 6 months; and the representative said there would probably be some additional offers for the premium channels at the six-months point. And there was an offer for NFL max for about $120. I'm just not sure if I want to stay with DirecTV. But I'll make that decision before deciding whether to accept this offer. But would I do better actually canceling if I decide to stay? Any comments would be helpful. I must say that the person I spoke to in cancellation certainly was pleasant.