Yep, on YouTube TV it's only CBS-owned networks (CBS, Pop, CBS Sports Network, and maybe The CW) where the day after you record a show, it gets replaced with the VOD version in which the ads can't be skipped. But if you watch the same day you record, you get the cloud DVR version and can skip the ads. With all the other channels, you always have a choice between the cloud DVR and (if it exists) VOD version. Unless you watch a ton of CBS stuff, it's probably not a big deal. (And given that CBS seems to appeal more to older people and streaming services appeal more to younger people, it's probably not a huge inconvenience for YouTube TV customers.) With DirecTV Now's "True Cloud DVR" they never replace recordings with VOD on any channel and you can always skip through the ads. But, as of right now, your storage is limited to only 20 hours with a 30-day auto-expiration on recordings. That will change, though, when the service gets relaunched around August. Look for one or more upgrade options to substantially expand the number of hours and time limit.