Don't use the streaming much but has worked fine when I have. mail wise, I can send a disk back on Monday, and have a new one on Wednesday, Thursday at the latest.jc8097654 said:Have had Netflix for the past two years and have been very happy with it, especially the streaming service for my two young children... Overall, how does the online BBMP content compare to Netflix? How about the Blu-Ray mail order service?
Vudu, like all "Pay On Demand" video download rental services, IMO, is way overpriced. If you live anywhere near a B&M store (such as Blockbuster or Family Video) or Redbox why pay $5.99 (although I've taken advantage of the 99 cent daily deals) for a 1080p stream (which isn't always 1080p) when you can pay $2.99 or less for a Blu-ray rental? I'm all for convinence, but that is way too expensive. And please don't say your wasting gas and time to get to and from a video store. Unless you're homebound, you can always incorporate a trip to the video store when you're doing something else. I'm extremely lucky because my local BBV store is only a half mile away and we always walk to it from my house.chris vesuvio said:I have been a Netflix customer for about 10 years now. I have been streaming since they started the service and I love it. I know it cost extra for Blu-ray titles but of course there is no compression with a disk. The streaming HD content still looks descent on my 92" home theater screen but disc is still better.
Have you looked into VUDU. http://www.vudu.com/
They offer HDX 1080p content w/DD plus audio. You can also view new theatrical trailers which is great. They are a pay on demand service so your credit card is only charged for what you watch.