There are many set top boxes that you can view it on as well. I can view it thru my Boxee Box, PS3, Samsung BluRay Player or my Roku.
I went with it last year for $119(this included both team's feeds, while $99 will get you only the home team's feed). I was so happy I did it. It saved me a bundle and I felt I had more features. Picking up a game in progress allows me to start at the beginning or right to the live action. Plus I can jump fro inning to inning to see what I missed. I just looked at the box score, saw where the scoring was and jumped right to that inning.
The video was excellent. I can't say it was as good as HD thru Directv's system, but it was surprisingly close. For the money I saved, I couldn't be happier with it.
There are no commercials. You just get a MLB Logo on the screen and nothing else till the telecast comes back on. However, early in the season, for a while, they did drop in some Buick(if I remember right) car commercial screenshots(static screenshots only) during normal commercial time.
Yeah, I know you can stream through set top boxes, something just struck me as funny when he said he wanted to be able to watch in motel rooms. Maybe I just have an odd sense of humor.
I'm also aware there aren't any ads, I just like to start an hour late and be able to ff through the breaks to catch up without seeing the score. When I watched on my computer I could skip to any half inning, which was awesome, but doing so showed you exactly how many runs were scored, which bugged me.
How's the streaming through your Samsung BD player? I know the ps3 looks nice.