"It’s common knowledge that Netflix’s streaming offerings are patchy and unpredictable, light on new releases and heavy on catalog obscurities, and that a movie or a TV series you’re in the middle of watching can disappear overnight.
It’s already trained its members to wait four weeks, during which new movies are available to buy but not to rent, in order to expand its selection of Instant titles. "
"...that the quality of streamed video is noticeably poorer than DVD, let alone Blu-ray."
cortex: Well, swapping discs in my game consoles keeps it from becoming a wholly alien experience, but, yes, every once in a while I'll check the optical drive on one of my computers and realize that, oh, that's where that disc has been for the last six months
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