You're doing the same sort of thing I complain about in my post. You say it isn't with internet, but it is still such an apples and oranges comparison. Comparing OTA and Netflix to DISH's 3rd cheapest package. Not only is the content really different (the amount and timeliness of the content,) but you're not even choosing one of the cheapest DISH packages. And you are including equipment rental fees in your DISH offering that let you time shift while I guess in your OTA alternative you just won't time shift? SAme thing with your Time Warner numbers I'm sure. Plus no mention of the discounts you can get from any provider during your first year. Nor how you can switch providers every year or two to help keep prices low. I just love how everyone cord cutting is paying for way more expensive cable packages than I ever paid for in my life. And I've always had a fairly average package of all the major cable channels.