After 24+ years, I just left DTV and the $151/mo. bill 3 weeks ago. I expect the bill would increase next month on my anniversary as it has over the last several years. Cutting the cord has been on my mind for a couple of years, but a relatively simple and comprehensive solution hadn’t been available. My requirements were to have all of the channels we watch, a channel guide, DVR, on-demand capability, local channels, no need for an OTA antenna and no contract. And it HAD to be simple for my wife to deal with. With my DTV contract commitment ending in October, I did my annual research and was surprised to find that everything I needed was finally available, but in 2 places. The short version is that YouTube TV gave me almost everything I needed, including locals, for $65/mo. However, there were a handful of channels, including Hallmark (a must-have for the wife), that were missing. A friend suggested that I look at Philo TV. Bingo! For $20/mo., I got all of the channels missing from YTTV AND THREE Hallmark channels. I did Trials for both YTTV and Philo and stressed tested them over a weekend on my AppleTVs and Roku Ultras (I have separate setups in the great room and basement). Both worked great. I have URC MX-950 programmable remotes and use them instead of the Apple remotes. The Roku remotes were simple and easier, so that’s what we decided to use. The wife is very pleased with the changeover and the transition has gone smoothly. A promotion for signing up for YTTV included a Chromecast with Google TV and it should be here in a couple of days. After reading reviews, I am anxious to test out the ability to add all of our streaming services to the Chromecast and use voice commands to control it all. There are plusses and minuses between this new setup and DTV, but after 3 weeks, I like the new setup better. Just a matter of getting used to the differences. The only DTV feature I really miss is a previous channel button. I was also surprised to see that the PQ has noticeably improved on my 4K TVs. At a total of $85, I am saving $66/mo. I am glad I made the switch and hope the information is useful to somebody.