Since I hate Comcast, I use AT&T for my ISP. It's less than 50 bucks a month, and I get Internet speed at about 40 gbps. Not too bad, more than adequate for gaming and streaming video. I have a digital antenna for my local networks, I get about 20 channels over the air. The channel lineup includes ABC, Fox, NBC, MeTV, Antenna TV, a local movie channel, and a few others. It's a nice lineup, especially since I pay nothing for them and they're all in HD. I have Sling TV for my live Cable broadcasts. It's about 20 bucks a month, and includes AMC, TNT, Cartoon, CNN, Fox On Demand, El Rey, and a bunch of others. It watch it through my Roku and Xbox One. I also have Netflix and Hulu. The combined services are about 20 bucks a month. I also have Pluto TV. If you don't know what this service is, I would suggest checking it out. It's 100% free. I'm watching the second "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" movie on it as I write this. It also has an "MST 3K" channel that's pretty awesome. My whole setup is less than 90 bucks a month, including the internet. Much cheaper than Comcast, and I get just about everything I want. Anyone else a cord cutter? What is your setup and how much do you pay?