It's kind of funny to think about giving up so many channels to watch on TV. My husband, son & I basically got tired of the same frustrating scenario every time we sat down in front of the television as a family.
Is it unrealistic to think we would be able to find something to watch on TV at any given moment if we had 400 channels to choose from? Maybe it was the time of day that we chose to watch TV that made our experience more difficult. & Perhaps we will do better with more planning of the TV watching. Whatever the case may be, we thought less channels and a DVR may help our budget. I mean, why pay for premium cable when we weren't enjoying it? In having so many channels previously, it did seem like most movies eventually circulate around all the channels anyway.
So far our DVR has been hooked up for 2 weeks and none of us have read the DVR instructions. Lately we haven't had time to watch much TV and when we have it's just been rentals like, Semi Pro (it was hilarious, especially if you watch it with a teenager) & The X Files, I Want to Believe (I thought it was very good) so I really can't say if this is all for the better. I'll keep you posted.
I should add though, I do like the idea of saving $67 dollars every month!