You start by listing all the shows you currently watch. Then you can research what services you are going to use to watch the shows without cable. The main thing I noticed when I cut the cord is you start watching less TV and the mindless shows I used to watch when I had cable, get dropped out of my life. I now have more time to do something more important. I can't tell you how much time I used to waste watching Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives and crap shows on HGTV for example. I look back and think what horrible shows and time sucks. When cutting the cord you have to have a balance of use for non-tech savvy and tech savvy to get the content you want for all family members. I've got a Tivo Roamio OTA (lifetime subscription) which makes it an awesome experience for the tech savvy and non tech savvy to watch OTA TV, YouTube, Netflix, and Amazon Prime. I've also got a Roku that is a filler some things that the Tivo Roamio doesn't have such as the ESPN app for live sports. If you have a friend / family member that hasn't given up cable yet, you try talking them into giving you a Email account to use that will give you access to more cable channels that you can stream (which I did) that fill in for everything else. If you don't want to mooch off friends / family for a cable login, then look into the services you listed. I can tell you that after cutting the cord, my main source of TV comes from YouTube Red. Whatever shows we watch that are on network TV, the Tivo records for me. There are only a handful of shows that I are on cable that I specifically seek out now (mainly HBO shows). With access to a friend’s Xfinity login, it's the filler to stream those specific shows. I think once you start listing all the shows you currently watch, you are going to realize you will not actually seek out those shows to watch once you cut the cord. You now have extra time, and more money in your wallet.