Seems the forums lineups have changed since I last paid attention, so I hope this is the appropriate place for this thread. Just wondering what other Netflix customers are thinking about the huge price increase recently announced. Netflix wants to separate their streaming service and have it stand on it's own as a viable product. My problem with this is that it represents a 50% price increase but with no increase in service. I would love to see subtitles, HD content and maybe even some BD Live type features, but none [as far as I can tell] are available with Netflix streaming. Some content says it's HD, but I've never been able to get HD with my 30MBPS Internet connection. I've weighed some options and still cannot identify a clear strategy. Wal-Mart is getting back into the game, but their a lacarte [sp] pricing seems woefully antiquated to me. Amazon has their "Prime" instant videos, but their content does not seem on par with Netflix. I've heard that Redbox wants to get into the game too, but I have yet to see anything from them. I know there are other options, but they are more on the premium HD level and will not be price competitive with either Netflix or Wal-Mart. So, is Netflix still the reigning king despite their shortcoming, or is there a better alternative out there that I am just unaware of.