We cut the cord completely about three and a half years ago, and do not miss cable TV at all. More than that, we really do not miss paying three figures a month for hundreds of channels we never watched, Of course, putting together the "perfect" OTA system has been a challenge, but one I enjoy working on, immensely. I'm always searching for new ways to enhance our setup, and always fiddling with new configurations. I'd love to hear how your system is set up; I hope we can exchange a few ideas. Here is what we have today: 1) One flat-screen smart TV (which we keep "dumb," as we have no desire to become slaves to the "Internet of Things") connected to its own antenna (an inexpensive, flat RCA wall model, which, for reasons I cannot explain, works better than the first flat wall antenna I ever purchased, a more expensive Mohu Leaf). 2) Separately, a small outdoor antenna which we keep indoors, near the ceiling (it's so windy where we live, it would never last outdoors). To enhance the signal further, I have attached a spider-like array of copper tubing. This antenna is connected to a desktop computer, which runs NPVR (formerly NextPVR), a very sophisticated, but totally free, easy-to-use software program that is essentially a DVR for PCs (thus, "PVR"). NPVR allows us to to watch TV live (on the PC monitor, or I can direct the signal to our smart TV via the hardwired LAN that connects all the computers in The House), and, most importantly, record TV digitally to one of the PC's hard drives. (I keep separate antennas for the TV and the PC so we can always watch TV, one way or the other, in case something goes haywire with the PC.) With an EPG (Electronic Programming Guide, broadcast over the air -- which, admittedly, is only as good as each TV station broadcasting it), NPVR lets me see what's on ahead of time, and schedule recordings based on the EPG. Or, if I can't find what I'm looking for via the EPG, I can manually set NPVR to record a program I know is on at a specific time (much like the way we used to do it with old-school VCRs). Those are the basics. How do you have your OTA/free-to-air system set up? Do you use NPVR, or some other free (or low-cost) software for your "DVR-ing"?