So I've been thinking quite a lot about ditching cable. I live in Manhattan and currently have Time Warner Cable. I pay the utterly ludicrous price of $120/month for two DVRs (one HD), HBO, and all of the standard channels. Also completely sick of the horrible TWC DVRs - had Tivo many years ago when I had DirecTV and still miss it. We get internet through the phone company, so no issue there. My wife and I don't watch that much TV and are watching even less since our son was born a year ago. Currently we watch a few prime-time TV shows on the major networks, my wife watches some PBS shows. We occasionally VOD something from TWC, and once in a blue moon watch something on a basic cable channel like Food Network/Bravo. My son doesn't really watch any TV yet, but I figure he'll survive with PBS and stuff from the internet/DVDs once he does. Cutting the cord, I know I am going to lose my occasional Food Network show, and also lose the occasional great HBO miniseries/special/etc. I can live with that, or just watch them later. What I'm thinking of doing is getting two Tivo Premieres, OTA antennas for both, and possibly subscribing to Netflix - although is the Amazon Instant good enough for watching just newly released movies? I was pretty unimpressed with the selection of movies available via Netflix on my Wii, and not sure it's any different on Tivo? Does this sound like it'll basically do the trick? Doesn't seem like Roku or Boxee or another solution will really work for us as I really want the DVR since you can't easily get all of the major network shows off the net (seems kinda hit or miss), or am I missing something? Oh and I can still record two shows and watch another with OTA, correct? I've read a bunch of posts here and sounds like Tivo isn't the awesome company it once was, but Premiere is still better than pretty much anything out there, so probably worth taking the leap. Also, not sure anyone has any experience with the Mohu Leaf antenna, but seems like it is getting a lot of good early reviews and seems great for an apartment. I'm on the 16th floor, south-facing, without LOS to the Empire State Building, but only ~3 miles away. Anyway, thanks for any thoughts!