Thought I'd pull this out and not confuse the cable-gripe thread. I don't have problems with content providers per se, and in the past I had no beefs with DirecTV. I want to flush Comcast in the worst possible way. Even if I repackage and don't save money, Comcast is toast. I might even pay more just to tell them to fuck off. I now have another internet option or two. Don't need phone. My thought was to hook up with DirecTV again. My question on Roku and the like, how much content comes through? For instance, do they repackage and broadcasts/streams specific cable or network serieses or games, or do they send out, say, all NBC or all NFL Network content? And what about specialty channels? Most of what we watch is "cable" -- Golf Channel, HGTV, Pac-12 Network, other sports or lifestyle channels.