I made the switch a couple of months ago. At first, I was a bit pissed that I had to basically double my monthly payment. But then I thought about the amount of time I would be getting back by not having to watch another annoying match.com commercial and the price no longer seemed that high.
I left Hulu a few months ago but I believe they had a basic package with commercials and for a few bucks more you could upgrade to no commercials. Not sure about the Hulu Live option. I tried it for a free trial period and the streaming quality was bad to say the least.
I cut Hulu and Sing Tv for You Tube TV and have been very happy with the streaming quality and choice of channels. For a sports fan You Tube TV is phenomenal.
Don't bother. Depending on what you're watching, your monthly payment for "no ads" only gets you "mostly no ads". They even have a page telling you what exceptions there are to "no ads", but it seems to be out of date since everything I watch that still has ads, is not listed on the exceptions page.
What's worse is the ridiculous idea by the fools in charge of those particular shows, that 1) they're somehow better and must have ads, and 2) that showing the same 3 ads over and over again is not going to push me to boycott every product in those ads.
The people that run these companies just amaze me at their thought processes.
I noticed the ads are longer (and agree, repetitive), but I really only watch one show on Hulu. So I will continue to suffer and may shut off Hulu altogether. At the moment I can't even remember what that one show is.