I got rid of cable at the end of November last year and I've been with YouTube TV since. I honestly don't think you can beat the service for $50 per month. It has MLB Network, FOX Sports West, Prime Ticket, FOX Sports San Diego, and a bunch of college sports channels. It has all the local channels, except channel 5 (KTLA). There are add-on options for most of the premium cable networks (except HBO, which I can access through Prime Video, if I ever want to subscribe). The unlimited DVR is great, too. Any show that you add to your library automatically records (it doesn't record the same episode twice), and each recording is available for 6 months. It also seems to be relatively smart about when to stop recording a sports event, if the game happens to run past the allotted scheduled time.
My only real complaint is that sometimes the DVR functionality isn't always reliable when trying to pause and rewind a live show. I'm not sure if that's an issue with my smart TV or maybe an issue with my internet speed. I have the $65 per month plan for internet through Spectrum, so I doubt it's a speed issue. It may also just be a glitch with the service. One additional small complaint is that sometimes the feed will simply cut out and it will take me back to the live menu screen and I have to go back to the channel I was watching to continue watching the show.
Aside from those small gripes, I'm tremendously happy with YouTube TV. It has nearly all of the channels I usually watch (the only one it doesn't have is Comedy Central, which I used to watch occasionally). It also allows for separate accounts for as many as 6 people in the same household. Plus, each account gets their own personal unlimited DVR.
I'm actually saving quite a bit of money each month. I had Spectrum cable and internet previously. I kept the internet for $65 and then subscribed to YouTube TV for $50. My last bill from Spectrum that included both cable and internet was $231 (the junk fees and cost of each DVR box were ridiculous and only getting worse). So at this point, barring a price increase from either service, I'll be saving nearly $1,400 per year.