Just hung up with DirecTV. This is the first time I've canceled a service that I've overall been very pleased with. I'm going "all in" with the cord-cutting now that I have two Premieres, two Rokus, and an AppleTV. Both Tivos are "lifetimed" (a cost that will be recovered by year's end) so our monthly expense will be down from $100 to about $16 with Hulu Plus and Netflix. I'm truly questioning Hulu, though. Most of the stuff we watch is network TV anyway which which we can get OTA. And the stuff we watch that isn't network is available on Netflix or via season passes from iTunes. You could buy a load of season passes every year and not spend close to what you'd spend on DTV. The retention offer was to drop us to the "Family Plan" for $30/month with $10 off for six months. Of course, this doesn't address my other concern which is wanting to add TV in a guest room in the basement and my home media room where I've never had a box because I don't watch regular TV down there enough to justify it -- it's primarily for movies. They offered me another HD receiver for free, but that's still yet another $6 charge for each additional TV. Anyway, I'm excited and nervous now that my safety net of "we can always just reconnect the boxes" is officially gone. I just don't see us as a family watching TV that way anymore. Although, if we change our minds, I'd go back to DirecTV in a heartbeat.