I see some posts that suggest some of you have made the switch to streaming. A couple questions for those who have: So far I've tried the DirecTV Now service and the YouTubeTV service and I've researched the other. I'm having trouble finding any that my wife is comfortable with in terms of transition from our current 3 x DVR boxes. Specifically, none seem to have robust Cloud DVR features. For example, 1) Besides the extremely small limit on DVR capacity on DirecTV Now, I can't find any way to manage the DVR recordings other than manual deletion. Given the very small hour limit, this seems even more important than it would have been on the physical DVR's in our house. If you setup a bunch of shows, it's hitting the limit in days. With the regular DVR's I can define how many episode to keep per show, which shows not to delete, etc. Any way to do this on the Cloud DVR? And if not, how do you prevent losing episodes you want to keep in favor of deleting junk you don't need (like yesterday's news), shortly of going in every day and managing it manually? 2) All the services seem to delete programs from your DVR, capacity or not, too soon. We often record an entire season or more of a show that's a low priority then binge watch it in the summer, for example. It seems like we would be missing earlier episodes with DTV Now or it's competitors. 3) Last we checked, we still couldn't get the DTV Now app on several of our TV's and streaming devices. Is it available yet on all the Roku's? What about LG and Samsung TV Smart TV's? I have no interest in buying new streaming devices to use it. Thanks.