You guys think you have problems with netflix, check this out. zip.ca is Canada's version of netflix, the big player up here. End of February, they will change their monthly plans introducing a cap on the number of rentals you get each month.The most popular plan is 4 movies out at a time - 24.95 per month. The cap for this plan will be 11 rentals per month. After that is reached, each rental will cost an additional 2.49. I rent somewhere between 12 and 15 movies a month from zip, at 12 or 13 rentals per month, my monthly charge goes up 10 - 20%. Or I can settle at the 11 per month cap and get 10% to 20% less value. Their president discussed cap plans last year with keeners at onlinedvdrental.ca and said they were thinking of setting the cap at 14 per month for the 24.95 plan, but now they have decided to lower the boom implementing the cap at 11. cinemail.ca is their largest competitor, doesn't have the selection zip has. zip = 40,000 titles, cinemail = 15,000 titles a quick check from my own queue shows I would lose titles if I move to cinemail.ca I rent a lot of obscure titles, those titles that cinemail doesn't have I'll now move up my queue at zip. Once those are rented, I think I'll leave zip and give my business to cinemail.