My position is pretty much the same. YouTube TV is more important to me than Roku so if YouTube TV disappears, Roku gets replaced with something else. I like Roku. I don't want to change to something else, but I get my TV through YouTube TV and I don't know of any other platform which offers all the features I want.
I find these pissing-matches between corporate titans to be incredibly annoying. Peacock, HBOMax, Spectrum, and now YouTube TV. Roku claims that they are trying to protect us from unreasonable demands, but Google says that they are just asking for the same terms as in the last contract -- I felt that I was protected just fine in the last contract.
Some of the things Roku is claiming as unreasonable demands sound perfectly reasonable to me -- if I do a search in YouTube TV why would I want to see search results for anywhere but YouTube TV? I'll bet it works that way now, but I can't tell because I don't have a remote which does search so if I'm in YouTube TV I would be using their search function.
Roku, just sign the contract and let's move on.