So, I've never started an "official" thread before so I hope this takes! I did quite a bit of research before cutting the cord and there's a lot to consider. I still enjoy reading about other people's setups because I always learn something new. I hope that maybe those of us who cut the cord in a TiVo-centric setup can share our current setups, some of the hiccups we encountered, and possible solutions. There is so much good stuff scattered through all these threads, it'd be nice to have a "one-stop shop" for all things related to ditching traditional pay TV. Current round-up of cord-cutting threads that I found in my searching: I'm all in. Adieu, DirecTV... My thread... Thinking of cutting the cord TiVo Premiere may be the way to go Another of my threads... Seriously thinking about ditching my TV service entirely Just ordered a Premiere (cord cutter) Cord cutter needs help Cutting the cord... Cutting the cord... Or satellite... Anyone tried cutting out cable entirely? My contribution as a cord-cutting newbie... The Current Setup Source: Attic mounted EZHD Antenna from Denny's with Winegard 8700 Signal amplifier Video Hardware: Living Room - TiVo Premiere + Roku XD Master Bedroom - TiVo Premiere + Roku XD What I'm still working on: Basement theater: Currently there is only an Apple TV (1st gen - 160gb) and a DVD player. It's based around a projector so there is no TV tuner. I have coax to the area, but with DirecTV I would always just move one of our HD boxes down there if we were going to watch a "live event." Due to the initial and ongoing costs associated with an extra DTV box, we just never watched much TV in this room. I'd like to start. Right now, I'm thinking of a third Premiere, but I'm also reading about the possibility of the "Preview" IP-based transcoding box that may or may not come out this summer. I may hold out for that and move the bedroom TiVo to the theater (because it has a tuner) and use the mythical transcoder box in the bedroom because the TV already has a tuner. Basement guest room: This room currently has a 26" LCD TV that was purchased in late-2005 (they were expensive back then!). As such, it does not have a digital tuner. It used to have an SD box from DirecTV. So when I pulled the box and hooked up the coax, imagine my surprise when it can't tune digital channels. Both of these scenarios make me wish I'd snagged a couple of the converter boxes when they were giving them away in 2009... Miscellany: In order to access some of our digital movies ripped from DVDs (that we own, thank you very much...) I am running a Plex Media Server on an iMac so I can stream to the Roku boxes as well as serve my Apple TV. I am also subscribed to Netflix and in the 6-month trial of Hulu Plus. Next up: I'd like to take a look at how I could make PlayOn work in my all-Mac home. It just seems that the expense of Parallels, a Windows license, and the cost of the service would be pretty significant. Overall impressions: So far, I'm pleased. Though we officially canceled DTV yesterday, we'd been "test-driving" the TiVo/Roku/OTA setup for a couple weeks. There are definitely things we miss (like Storm Chasers and a couple other Discovery and HGTV shows), but I don't miss paying DirecTV $100/month for a handful of shows we only watch when there's nothing else on the TiVo. Another thing is that initially, it does seem like you're nickel-and-dining your way back up to pay TV with $8 here for Netflix, an $80 MoCA adapter there to connect your TiVo... But when you really sit down and do the math, it would take a LOT of nickel-and-diming over a calendar year to be anywhere close to where you were with cable or satellite.