As of January 1, I look to be cancelling my subscription to Netflix. There'll still be a little bit of classic TV, but it looks like anything associated with Universal is a goner. Emergency!, The A-Team, Battlestar Galactica, The Incredible Hulk, and The Rockford Files are all leaving. They've already ditched Adam-12 and Quincy, M.E. a while back. I guess they'll be keeping the CBS/Paramount classics of The Andy Griffith Show and Star Trek, but I can't justify keeping it for a couple of shows. Does anyone have any clue as to why it's only seemingly Universal titles? I noticed Hulu has quite the selection of classic TV, so I'm hoping Hulu will pick up some of these. I binge watch Emergency! at night, even though I've watched every episode multiple times over. I put it on when I go to bed and fall asleep with it playing. I could invest in the new DVD complete series set I guess, but it's in SD instead of HD and I've gotten spoiled.