Where we live we only have satellite options for internet and tv. We have Starlink for internet now, we used to have HughsNet and that was dial up equivalent and downright awful...But reliable. Starlink is much faster but the reliability has been suspect, just like with Elon’s vehicles. We are on our 4th cord (in a span of 4 months, knock on wood this latest cord has lasted 10 months now) that runs from the dish to the router…The cords are garbage and a widespread issue. We are able to stream with Starlink but with so many trees on our property we do have obstructions which slows things a bit which causes occasional buffering/grainy video when I stream Thursday night football on Amazon. If we had the option of fast internet that runs to the house I would dump directv in an instant and stream everything, but that’s not quite an option yet.
First world problems, but it is what it is lol.