About 2 weeks ago, I received a notice in my email from Youtube TV that they were raising its monthly rate from $35 to $50, in addition to adding new Channels to their lineup. Without hesitation, I cancelled my membership for the service. Now I'm left with OTA Channels from my Antenna, plus my Plex DVR which records shows I like to view. Because I'm a Spotify Premium user, I can access Hulu (with ads) for no extra charge. It's not the fall so I'm not worried about missing a lot of College Football, but for 5 bucks a month I can subscribe to Espn Plus. So the saying "Improvise, adapt, overcome" has entered my head again and I'm ok with it. I knew Direct TV raised their rates a few weeks prior to Youtube TV, so it was an expectation for Youtube TV's service to rise as well, but not by 15 dollars. Are their cheaper alternatives available, yes, but it's just no longer worth the headache. Before you know it, the rates of these Streaming services compared to a Cable/Satellite subscription would be just as pricey. Get out more, read some books, listen to more podcasts, music, etc etc etc.........my brain is trying to tell me something.