We do not have gamers. Just people who turn on Fox News or HGTV at 9am then leave to come back 3 hours later and say "Yea I am watching" sit down and then get up and leave again for 3 hours. I am going to become the idle Nazi and if it is on with no one watching it (This includes the TV on with someone glued to their phone not looking at it) I am going to turn it off. Like I said before the kids and the SO are all used to having unlimited TV so I have to change the mindset. They will turn it on when they wake up, and it wont get turned off until 11PM.You can get your antenna positioned correctly with an app and even if it doesn't work for you, you have a fricken ANTENNA so if ever tv goes out with crappy metrocast soon to be even crappier with the purchasing company or DTV or Dish, you have an antenna. Typically satellite picks up in a different directions as OTA.
I think having an OTA antenna is a must have. I put ours into our xbox which allowed me to pause and stuff. I posted in here somewhere that I have the 4 bow tie system, forgot the name and I get 4, 5, 7, 9, 20, 50 and a bunch of other stuff.
Sometimes I can sit and watch the home shopping club and suddenly feel the need to buy some random product I wasn't even thinking I needed until I saw it on TV.
If you do not have active gamers in the house, you won't hit 1TB. My house has come close and even over but everyone has grown up and gotten busy. Metrocast doesn't enforce the overage but who knows what the new guys will do.
Last night Game of Thrones caused a major outage with DTV.
I have the AP and know which way to point it, distance is a concern as I got the 50+ mile indoor-outdoor antenna and am mounting it outside. My 5th wheel has an antenna and I get a few channels with that in the yard and it is cheap. I suspect on top of the house it should get the 3 networks + more