I currently still have cable through Cox. I also just subscribed to Youtube TV with my new Apple TV. Quality wise........it's pretty close. Live streaming has improved in leaps and bounds. But it's $40 pre month. If you can work out a good Internet and TV deal with your cable company, that's really not a big savings. The only way cord cutting really helps the wallet is if you're willing to give up live TV altogether and just go with Netflix, Hulu, HBO Now, etc. And you get fewer channels with these "skinny bundles". And...............this might be the biggest one............live TV is about commercials. Commercials are about channel surfing. (Does anyone actually sit through commercials?). I'm beginning to appreciate the wisdom of assigning numbers to channels. Navigating through channels without them just isn't as fast or as fun as hitting a memorized channel number and there it is. Live streaming............95% there: but it forgets that channel surfing is and always has been live TV's most important quality. And it loses in that category. I still might not get cable TV when I move to my new place, but it's going to depend on what kind of deal the evil Comcast will offer me.