So I'm thinking of getting rid of my landline phone and DirectTV, and I'm interested in other people's experiences who have done it. I have Verizon fro cell service. We have 3 cell phones, my wife's, mine, and my daughters. I was thinking of getting one of these: http://www.amazon.com/Panasonic-KX-...458734066&sr=8-2&keywords=panasonic+cell+link Anyone use this or similar hardware? I would like to be able to leave my cell phone at "base", and be able to pick up other handsets in the house to make/answer calls. Caller ID would be nice. As far as DirectV replacement... I have a 30Mbps internet connection that I'm satisfied with. I have Netflix (streaming), Hulu Plus, and Amazon Prime. I have a PS3 on one TV, and an XBox360 and Amazon Firestick on the other, and Harmony remotes for both. The downside to the Firestick is that it doesn't work with the Harmony remote. I tried a small indoor antenna: on one TV it works well, on the my other TV it doesn't; I'm hoping once the foliage comes out, it won't degrade the signal too much. I would like the local channels through OTA, but can live without them. I'm thinking I will get my local TV news through apps if I can't get a good signal on the second TV. AS an aside, I was suprised by the number of OTA channels: things like a shopping channel, ION, ... I'm looking at adding either Playstation Vue or SlingTV, and I think I'll try Playstation Vue first. We don't watch a lot of live TV; CNN, HGTV, AMC are the main things we are watching. We are not much on watching sports. I do like the morning local news. Any comments with any of the above would be welcome. Thanks.