We currently use DirecTV for satellite ($89.54) and Cox for phone and internet get about 6mbps ($71.87). Lost my job a few months back so we are trying to downscale to save some money. I have 4 options here (San Diego) Cox: 24 Channels Bundle - $119.86 (6mbps) $75 install - has iPhone/iPad app no streaming. Only option that charges for install. DirecTV: 150 Channels keeping Cox internet and phone: $124.86 DirectTV: 150 Channels bundle, with slower internet than now $172! (both have app and remote, no streaming) Best channel selection of the options (bundled or not). Dish Network: 60 Channels keeping Cox internet and phone: $103.87 for first year/$111.87 after - has iPhone/iPad app (more mainstream channels than U-Verse, not sure if receiver supports streaming) Comes with 1 HD DVD box and one Standard box with DVR. Might have to pay for install - said they check that on checkout... mostly likely not though. U-Verse: 80 Channels $103 (12mbps) first year/$128 after - has iPhone and iPad app - no streaming on this plan. $7 for additional TV boxes (we only have one right now, but have a TV that we may want to hook up in the future.) ---- Im currently leaning towards U-Verse because of the internet (my neighbor works for them and we have one of the fastest areas, Im trying my hand at freelance work so I need a fast connection). I do wish it had more channels - but there are only one or two shows we watch that are not on it (and one is not on Dish either, figure we would rent/buy those through the AppleTV). My partner is an interior designer and absolutely hates the satellite dish and cords on the house (they don't bother me at all). We mostly watch the main networks (ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox) and watch a show or two on Bravo and Logo. Anyone have experience with any of these options? Pros or Cons?