It is a thing of the past in my household. Been strictly streaming since late February early March of this year. I haven't missed my satellite dish for a second. I am saving over $100 a month and luvin every minute of it. Netflix, Amazon, Vue, YouTube..... The options are endless and available to everyone with an internet connection. That's crazy. I'm about as rural as they get these days. 40 minutes from the closest Walmart. I am able to stream 5 HD streams concurrently along with a son that live steams his XBOX matches on COD. You'd think that in an area like yours a better option would be available for you. Firestick = DurexTV is just one of many IPTV services out there with access to everything. I may try out their service sometime but I currently pay $15/month for the same access with another IPTV service. We are huge sports fans. Nascar, NFL, NHL, MLB, NCAAF, NCAABB, NCAA T&F. PPV sporting events. It's all good and all available. I've tried turning people on to it in the Chit-Chat's Cable Cutters thread. Doesn't seem that too many care..... yet. Someday in NASCAR's future there may be a dedicated feed. I'll be there one way or another.