I pay $190 a month for Dish Network 250 channels, Top Speed Windstream internet and a home phone. It's just too much. I don't watch enough TV and I usually only watch a few channels anyway. I also have a NetFlix account so that's another $10 putting me at $200 a month. I was at Best Buy tonight asking about Roku and the staff was somewhat helpful but I wanted some real customer feedback. If you have gotten rid of cable let me know what's great and what really sucks. So assuming I get the Roku 3 and a HD antenna for local channels (NBC, CBS, ABC, Fox, etc) what else do I need? I will keep the Netflix account and I assume I'll add on Hulu for $10 a month. Should I get Sling TV for $20 a month? Amazon Prime seems like a no brainer too. Anything else I need to have that I should pay for? HBO would be a consideration even though I don't have it now. What about sports? Specifically Cavs games. Can I watch those? NFL network is not available on this or do I have to buy a package? Buffering and video quality- how are they? Is this just too much of a hassle still? Should I stick with cable?