Sling TV is here, which I plan on doing a full review in this Sunday's Sunday Evening Chat, USTVNOW allow users to stream basic tv (CW, FOX, CBS, NBC, ABC) for free, we have Nexus Player, Rokus, and various streaming devices, so the question is are we ready to say bye to cable? Unfortunately no for several reasons starting with the big cable companies still hold the cards. Many of our cable/internet companies are still trying to force their cable packages down our throat and they do that by making it impossible to just buy high speed internet at a reasonable price (the old bait and switch). And some companies will not even allow you to buy their gigabit (high speed) service without subscribing to their cable package, here is looking at you TDS. Until we have enough viable high speed internet companies that can change the game we will still have to deal with big cable one way or another because they have the infrastructure and still hold the cards for high speed internet. Second reason is the reliability of the streaming services. We have come a long way and are continuing on the correct path to opening up TV to being more customizable, but streaming services still have a few bugs to work out before they can be relied upon. I personally would not want to rely on Sling TV or USTVNOW as the sole source to watch the Superbowl. For those of you streaming tv and/or looking to cut the cable what has either kept you from making the move or motivated you to make the move?