From reading the different threads concerning Netflix that have been in this forum from time to time it seems the major complaints about the service have been waiting times on many titles and the fact that you can no longer have them send you the next title the day you ship the title you're returning. The latter complaint I have never had a problem with as I get five at a time, and even with the slow turnaround I always have at least one to watch. The former is really what I want to discuss. I currently have 416 DVDs in my queue. Only two of them do not say available now! And those two are only marked short wait and not long wait. In the heyday of the complaining about the wait times my queue was of similar size and many, many titles had waits. Over time that has seemed to disappear. I'm wondering if they have increased their inventory or if they've lost so many customers that most films now stay in stock. If that's the case I want to thank all of you that left the service. Now even when long waits seemed to be on every other title there were plenty of titles available in my queue. I'm curious about the mentality of only having say 5, 10, or 20 DVDs in your queue, and then when most of them are not available dropping the service. Are there really that small a number of movies people want to see? It seems like every other day I hear good things about a movie I've never seen, and I add it to my queue. That's why it's at such an absurd length. There are so many good films out there I feel like I'll never see them all. My queue never seems to shrink. I guess the response I'm looking for is do current subscribers see the availability improvement I've noticed? And if you are or were someone who had a small number of DVDs in your queue can you explain the thinking behind that. I guess there's the thought of I want this movie and I want it now, but there are just so many to see that I still don't understand caring if half your DVDs have a wait. There's still plenty to see it's really overwhelming. Sorry to ramble on so much.