I've been OTA for the last 10 years overall, & only 4 years for digital (starting with pre-transitional digital). The cost of cable & satellite have gone up so much, that in order to get a few networks I like, I must subscribe to higher priced packages, & that's ridiculous. So I do miss those few network channels I like, but I'd rather save my money by not being forced to subscribe to more channels than I actually watch. For local, & get my local CBS, NBC & Cozi, ABC & Livewell in HD (yes, in HD, as it's an O&O station, & ugh to Livewell), CW with Antenna TV, 3 PBS stations(with one carrying a locally programmed children's channel, one with MHZ Worldview, & another carrying V-Me (PBS en español, though independent from PBS), spliiting the broadcast day with Create & World Channel, & a locally programmed PBS channel without children's programming), Fox, My Network TV with Movies (the newest movie channel in partnership between Weigel Broadcasting & Fox), & an independent owned by Weigel Broadcasting, carrying an independent channel & subchannel, MeTV (also simulcasted on their LPTV station, in turn, that LPTV station carries Bounce), MeToo (local MeTV that's also simulcasted on another LPTV station), & This TV (This TV will move to the CW station in my market this fall, after Weigel Broadcasting ended their partnership with MGM). For other full power station, there's one independent that brokers their timeslots, & leases a subchannel to an LPTV station that still broadcasts on analog, & Univision, Unimás, & Telemundo (also carrying Éxitos TV on a subchannel). For LPTV digital, & have 2 religious broadcasters (Daystar & World Harvest TV), Estrella TV (along with Inmigrante TV), a translator that has HSN & QVC on subchannels, another religious network, & LATV, a hard to get LPTV VHF-LO channel that carries Mundo Fox in HD, Weather Nation, & Soul of the South.