As one of the ones not looking forward to this, I get it too - streaming is coming and it probably will be a solid product. I'm definitely not anti-new tech (I've been using home PCs since before most of the posters here were born, most likely), and I stream lots of content. I just have been very disappointed in any sports streaming I have done, so I really hope they improve that and keep as much of the current functionality as possible. I'm also hoping that a much wider potential audience means a cheaper price point (not holding my breath), as I doubt there will be the types of discounts many of us are used to calling and begging for every year (I definitely won't miss that process - I have always hated the game of pretending I'm going to cancel just to get a discount, but felt silly paying full price when so many other weren't).Short Cuts is pretty much a full game broadcast, dependent upon what you consider a "full game rebroadcast." I've used it several times through a week to get caught up on games I didn't get to see much of during a Sunday early/late window.
For a lot of people on this thread, I honestly get it. They know a system (DVR functionality, etc.) and the idea of moving away from a system they're familiar with isn't a comfortable feeling. It's not likely going to be the same, but I'm still a believer that Sunday Ticket will be a solid product moving forward in a streaming world.