I have no idea what I'm doing when it comes to cutting the cord and ditching cable. I know I see folks say a lot of stuff I don't understand, or know if it's something I'm going to need. What I do know is, my Spectrum bill is at $200/month now...$15 of that is for a land line I don't even have and $65 is for 200mbps internet. Maybe I'm stuck in the 90's but I've never been a huge fan of satellite service either. We don't watch much tv, but what I do want is...college football...movies...kids channels...a couple stations the wife likes. The wife already has Amazon Prime, and I'm told I can already use that with our smart tvs. From there I guess Netflix is still the deal for movies at what, $10/month. I've been looking at Sling for the actual channels, and looks like I can get the blue and orange packages for $50ish/month (and some others a la carte). But what I can't figure out here is if I want to watch an SEC game on CBS or a big time night game on ABC, do I get these games or is that part of the local programming question marks. From what I'm reading online some stations aren't live either...but for the low low price of $5 you can upgrade that station...is that tied in to the local programming stuff too? So if I go that route, I'm still spending $125/month. Based on what I've read here, if I'm doing all that streaming, I'll need to buff up my internet now as well, how much? And then I also see mentions of Kodi's and Hulus and Firesticks. What exactly do these bring to the table that those others don't??? I assume that additional cost would ultimately bring me back to the same ballpark I'm in right now then anyway. Looking at all this makes my head spin and feel like at the end of the day I'm going to be +/- $20-30, so why go through the hassle? What am I missing?