I've been a Dish Network subscriber for over 19 years, and finally have decided to cancel use of them and go to streaming TV. I really never had any major complaints until a few months ago when Charlie Ergan arrogantly stated that the regional sports network fans would forget all about their RSNs after a month or so. Well, I didn't forget, and wanted to be able to keep viewing my favorite teams, San Antonio Spurs, Texas Rangers, and Dallas Stars. Why he would take the position he did, and the way he went about it, with the advent of more and more folks switching to streaming is beyond me. His attitude put me off so I pulled the plug. I was fortunate to recently have reliable high speed internet (with no data cap) become available where I live out in the country in rural south Texas. The cost is significantly less that Dish too, for many more available channels, with a picture as good as Dish. There are also no weather outages. I've been streaming for about a month now, and have had no issues or problems with it. Had the RSN issue been resolved, I likely would have remained a Dish customer, at least for a while longer. I have no quarrel with Dish other than that issue. The cancellation process was easy and handled very smoothly and professionally by the the Dish CSR. I am just posting this to get it off my chest, and wish I wasn't forced to make the change. I wish the best for Dish in the face of the rapidly increased competition from streaming, but fear Charlie has alienated many customers.