Thursday I am officially divorcing Comcast/Xfinity. I have actually been happy with their service as they have improved immensely over the last five years. With that said, Google Fiber is now available and I am scheduled for a Thursday instllation. As an avid sports fan this is a huge step for me because even though it is offered, I am not shelling out the extra $90 per month for Google's cable tv service. Instead, I am subscribing for the gig speed internet service for $70 per month, which includes modem rental, fees, etc and no contract. Comcast offered me ther 100mbps(which is what I have now anyway) with no contract and no TV for $80 per month, plus $11 monthly modem rental, plus taxes and fees. The decision was easy. After much comparison shopping I decided on YouTube TV to feed my sports addiction. None of the other options(Sling, Hulu, DirecTV Now, PS Vue) could give me what I want at the price Youtube is offering. This also includes unlimited cloud storage for DVR purposes, 6 log in accounts with up to 3 that can stream simultaneously. I figured I would start this thread so we can share our cord cutting experiences, pros and cons of different services, discuss new services, discuss new movies or series that a service has released and anything else to do with the direction home viewership is moving in.