We pay for a lot of TV. A LOT. A very lot.
We have Verizon FiOS, Netflix, Amazon Prime, a Roku, and a Chromecast. Getting content doesn't seem like it would be an issue, except for maybe sports (we watch a lot of soccer and baseball), the various premium things like HBOGo and Showtime and OH GOD WHAT ABOUT OUTLANDER ON STARZ and Jeopardy, which is a thing that I require in my life.
But 9 times out of 10 we're not watching a show when it airs. We DVR it and watch it later or the next day, so time shift isn't an issue.
I refuse to torrent or acquire media in questionably legal ways, so don't suggest that because I refuse to consider it. There are plenty of legit ways to get what I want, eventually.
I will have to check when our current contract is up, but if it's possible to jettison the cable part of our FiOS situation, I think I'm going to do that. We pay a ridiculous amount of money for the four channels that we watch regularly.
So if you got rid of cable, what do you miss? What's the biggest pain in the ass part of it?