We're not cable cutters-- although we talk about considering it sometimes.
We have a relatively reasonably priced 'cable' package. We'd like to save money, though. More than that, we're picky about what we want to watch, and looking for more niche material than we can typically find on traditional cable.
With more time at home, we're trying some things out.
We have an Amazon FireStick, mostly used for Prime Video up to now, and a Netflix account. (I'm always disappointed at what isn't available on either, though.)
There's a series we recently discovered on Amazon Prime video that we really liked (Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries), but then of course they discontinued availability after we'd seen 2 episodes, so we're forced to look further afield.
I can 'borrow' episodes from our local library system through Hoopla, but the app for FireTV is broken, and doesn't work.
I had a Roku Express+ stashed away that I picked up on too-good-to-pass-up sale, but had never used. Hoopla works fine on Roku, so that's one problem solved.
With the Roku, we've got Sling Blue for a week-- it seems to work well, and has a decent programming guide and some on-demand programming of interest, but except for one channel I really want, there isn't much else here to make it worth the normal cost for me. We're trying to use it as much as we can so we'll have an idea if it's viable for us as part of a potential cord-cutting strategy.
I think the Roku seems a little more friendly to use as far as menu structure than the FireStick. Plus, the FireStick always seems to need some kind of attention-- the batteries are dead in the remote, the remote doesn't work (or Alexa is asleep & won't wake up) and has to be reset, it forgets that we have WiFi assigned, etc.) Roku seems to have a much better search-across-providers function than the FireStick, and so far hasn't required the tinkering that the Firestick seems to need.
Also got 30 day trial of Showtime with the Roku-- can't find much I want to watch, and the search/browse function via Roku (for Showtime) is poor. (Frankly, this is my biggest complaint with both the Fire Stick and Roku so far-- they work well if you already know what you want to watch, and terrible if you're trying to search for things you might enjoy-- at least if you're as picky as we are.)
I've loaded Tubi, Crackle, Pluto, Vudu (free tier). We've got Hulu Basic ($2/mo for a while). All of these add some nice variety, but it seems like I have more likely choices located on Tubi than the others. We haven't actually watched any of them but Hulu yet, though.
If your local library offers Hoopla (oriented towards general entertainment viewing) and/or Kanopy (aimed more towards documentary, educational, and 'art' offerings), both are worth exploring. A fair amount available on both, but not for real binge watching. (Our library has extended Hoopla credits to 20 checkouts per month for the duration, which will likely last us through the month. If you have youngsters who like to watch the same movie over and over, a single checkout can be viewed as many times as you want during the checkout period.) We haven't watched Kanopy yet, but I have some programs bookmarked.