I'm pushing 50 years old and I'm not the most technical guy. I have Direct TV at home and at my cabin. The only reason I've stuck w/ them is I have the "2nd home package" - it allows me to have DTV at both home and the cabin. It's supposed to work like this: you call them when you want "home #1" turned off and "home #2" turned on - you're not supposed to be able to watch it at both houses at the same time due to federal rules/laws (or some BS). Anyhow, it works at both houses at the same time, so I've kept it. It costs about $125-$130/month (it's a pretty basic package w/ no movie channels). Anyhow, I'm curious what others use and why. I like being able to immediately change the channel and watch news, sports, etc. But down the road - when I move back to Florida - I'd like to explore other options. I'm intrigued by Sling, Hulu, and the other non-cable/satellite options. Plus I hate spending $1500/year on Direct TV.