Citizens of the USA suffer from wanting more and bigger and now, not realizing that more and bigger and now is not actually the healthiest mentality to have. This is true in their TV choices, too, from TV size to number of channels. It's ridiculous, really, because most people pay a huge amount for their TV privileges and then only watch a few favorite channels. Although when I travel, it's fun to watch the included TV service available in hotels, at home I don't bother paying for a service I don't need. I have a TV that receives internet and I watch all my favorite movies, TV shows and classic movies for less than $10, right on my TV through Netflix, and internet site that shows TV shows and movies (both TV movies and those that were in the theater) and other free sites. The only thing I don't like about Netflix is they are about a season behind when it comes to the new TV shows but, if you don't mind that, then it's a great way to save the $70-100 a month other people spend for the same shows (with the upside being that they don't have to wait a season to watch those shows, LoL!).