Hello everyone, So I have finally done it. I cut the cord over the weekend, packed up my AT&T U-verse gear, and sent it to the UPS store to be returned. I live in the Silicon Valley, so fortunately, we have Sonic.com to provide me with Internet access. Including the rental fee for the modem/router, I am paying about $76/month for 50Mbps + phone line. Much better than the $67/mo. I was paying for 24Mbps on U-verse, which is the price I got locked into through a triple-play deal. It was fun being on the phone with the U-verse rep when I cancelled. She kept trying to entice me with deals, and I kept trying to negotiate for something better, but she just couldn't do it. She first started by giving me the usual BS for a triple-play with U-verse's new 45Mbps line for $130/mo. (for the first 1 year) I first told her that I don't want TV or phone. She countered with the fact that the pricing would be higher just for the Internet line, and it would come out to $109/mo. We kept negotiating different prices, but what she couldn't understand was 1) I don't want TV, 2) Phone is nice to have, but not necessary, and 3) Can you beat $76/mo. for just phone and Internet? She finally got a manager to agree to $89/mo. for phone and Internet, but couldn't got down any lower. Doesn't make sense to me to pay the extra $13/mo. to me then. I am currently using the Mohu Leaf for OTA TV access, but also have a WatchAir TV antenna sitting around, waiting to be used. I haven't been using it mainly because I am waiting for the apps to show up on other media devices besides smartphones and tablets. Currently, I have Amazon Prime Video and Netflix to watch shows, but toying around with the idea of the PS Vue or SlingTV. Sling probably makes more sense to me since I don't need the network channels since I get those for free OTA. On the "dark" side of things, also been experimenting with a cloud-based Plex server... Anyway... looking forward to seeing how other people are cutting the cords on this forum!