I've subscribed to Netflix since March of 2002. Initially I was on the 3 at a time plan, but then changed to the "lite" or 2 at a time plan. This has worked pretty well, as it's normally only a 4-day turnaround cycle. Yes, there was an occasional day or two when I had no Netflix movies, but it really wasn't a problem. Well, Netflix has decided to make their "lite" plan more restrictive. You can still only have two out at a time, but now you are also limited to a TOTAL of four movies per month! They're obviously trying to discourage "lite" memberships. They haven't (yet) done that with the other membership categories, so I made the minor upgrade to the regular 3 at a time category. I had been thinking about doing this anyway, so the limit of four per month made that decision easy. I have to admit I'm not really too upset by this move, as Netflix offers a selection that no local video store can even dream about. Between the larger selection and the convenience of movies by mail, I've been very pleased so far with my Netflix subscription. Just thought I'd let others know that the membership terms have changed for the "lite" subscription. Steve K.