I love Netflix, but I agree on the exclusives thing. Now, that doesn't include shows produced by that provider. For example, the aforementioned House of Cards is awesome, and I hope Netflix continues to come up with great shows like it. That I get. Still, I was hoping for The Simpsons to come to Netflix, but thanks to an exclusive with FXX, Netflix won't be seeing it anytime soon. Of course, the streaming app only works for people who subscribe to FXX, and of course, FXX is only available to a limited audience market. So yay for exclusives. *sigh* As for searching, they all suck. Sometimes I find the movies I want, other times I search for hours, and find nothing new. Ten minutes later, I come across it by accident while looking for something else. It's ridiculous. To know what Netflix is showing, you have to find third party sites like Instantwatcher.com, or dig around. That shouldn't be necessary on a premium site that is dedicated to streaming movies and TV shows. Of course, there's Hulu, but Hulu is shit. Yeah, yeah, I know it has some good stuff, but the clients for devices suck something fierce. The Roku app (which you can only use if you subscribe to Hulu Plus) is slow, and bloated, and you can't access even 10% of the available content on Hulu Plus. There are also commercials, and Hulu's HD is anything but actual HD. If I'm going to pay $8 a month, by damn I'm not paying for commercials that get longer and louder as the episode goes on.