I love it. They've just added National Treasure 2, and have many other Disney films such as Enchanted, Pirates: At World's End and Ratatouille. I have nearly 200 films in my queue, just waiting for me to watch. We stream from a HTPC to a 46 Sony Bravia, and most are no worse looking than a DVD.
I'm considering getting my wife Netflix for Christmas. She watches TV and movies primarily on her PC -- we have a pc-based "Tivo", and she buys a lot of iTunes stuff. Thus she'll probably be more interested in the streaming Netflix content, moreso than DVDs.
For Netflix customers, how good/bad is the streaming content? It's not possible to see the streaming library without signing up. That seems to not bode well. I know Netflix is only able to offer the all-you-can-eat rate after a movie has exhausted all other avenues - DVD, on-demand, hotels, airplanes, etc. I'm just wondering what that ends up translating as.
I know it's subjective, but "Becoming Jane" and "Meet Bill" are being headlined on the Netflix site -- is it that bad?
Any thought are appreciated.