Bumpity bump. So I did it. Today I officially "cut the cord", or rather the satellite (DirecTV). Not gonna lie, I'm nervous lol. But I think at the end of the day I made the right move. I was paying $140/month for a mid-tier package + 1 premium channel. And most of the stuff I care about can be viewed on Hulu, Netflix, etc. There are a handful of shows (e.g. Walking Dead, Archer) I will now have to pay for if I do not want to wait for them to get to Netflix. But even taking that into consideration I'm going to save a ton of money each month. I'm hoping I'll be a bit more productive as well with less TV to distract me. But who knows, maybe I'll just end up wasting even more time here. Of course my biggest concern with this move is how I am going to watch Titan games from now on. According to antennaweb.org I'm just too far outside of Nashville to pick up the local stations via antenna. So that leaves: - Watch online: I don't like the idea of chasing down a stream and having to deal with potential quality issues each and every week. But it may just have to do. - Go to a friend's house: This would be fine in a pinch. But I'd feel like a bum if I were going to someone's house every Sunday just to watch the game. - Go to a bar: I don't mind this. Problem is between the wife and I we'd likely end up spending $30-40 on beer/food every weekend just watching the game. Do that 4 times in a month and you'd have been better off just paying for cable. Guess I'll just deal with it when the time comes. Probably will just end up doing a combination of all of the above.