I recently cut the cord (TV only, still need a cord to get content). I have tried Hulu (all variants), Directv Now, Sling, I have Netflix and Prime Videos, and I am trying PS Vue now. Is it always such that you can get all but 1 or 2 channels you want? DirecTV Now I find to be cumbersome and not work very well. Hulu is my favorite so far, but doesn’t grant me access to log in to the Discovery Go app. PS Vue gives me Discovery Go, but then I can’t get Nick Jr for my kids. I’m keeping DTV Now just because with my AT&T account I get it for $10. I didn’t care for Sling, but maybe I need to give that another look. Hulu is great, but like I said, I can’t get Discovery Go. I recently upgraded my internet to get 150 Mbps (usually tests at 175ish) and unlimited data (Xfinity limits you to 1 TB, and with streaming all content and 4 kids and my wife, we were using right at the 1 TB every month and going over 3 out of 5 months. I chatted with Comcast last night and basically I could keep my speed and unlimited and get the normal 140 channel package for about $35/mo more than I’m already at. I’m paying $44 for Hulu without commercials. PS Vue is $40. I guess at this point the best option is Hulu + Comcast with no Comcast boxes. The one thing Comcast doesn’t give you is the ability to log in to the Nick Jr app; only seems Hulu works for that. Crazy how all these guys work. Interested in hearing other people’s experiences with switching to all streaming.