Many of us cord cutters have a few goto apps, Youtube, Hulu, Netflix, and maybe Sling. But many of us are minimalists and if we could cut it down to a few less services it may be intriguing. Youtube provides us the independent channels (ie Collider Movie Talk, AthleanX, Marques Brownlee, etc), Hulu allows us to catch up on show we miss (ie Flash, Family Guy, etc), and Sling provides us live sports coverage (mainly ESPN). Outside of a few shows here and there I rarely watch Netflix anymore unless I am wanting to watch an old show or movie. With Google continuing to expand their Youtube content to include an ad free subscription service, discussed here (Google Announces YouTube Red Subscription Based Premium-Style Streaming Membership | Android Forum at DroidForums.net), would it not be fitting to make it an all-access service? The pieces are already in place, if you rent or buy a movie through the Play Store you can watch the content via Youtube. And the Play Store is full of content from music, latest movies, and tv shows. To be able to pay a reasonable subscription price and have movies, music, and tv shows that I would watch on Hulu, and my favorite Youtube subscription services all in one package could cut down on having 4 to 5 different apps to supplement cable tv. Apple has already done this with their iTunes service which they made deals with tv networks to stream local networks via Apple TV. To have one place to watch all my content is worth a $15-$25 a month subscription, especially since I know off the bat it will have Chromecast support. Thoughts? One service to rule them all or do you want to keep the services separate and continue in the spirit of competition.