It was always funny to me that the labels sold people on 44.1kHz CDs because of them being quiet and indestructible - really they were neither - their noise just lives in another frequency band, and they get dinged up pretty easily. In reality, as you may or may not know, it was the $.07 vs $7 production cost delta, while keeping the retail price the same.... I think Netflix just learned the same lesson about providing their customers a lesser product at a higher price, while further confusing them with two sites for their services. Talk about the classic example of adding insult to injury - now, I am paying more to Amazon to watch a la carte. The difference between the music industry and Netflix, you ask? Netflix learned their lesson at Space Balls' "ludicrous" speed, in this current digital information age.... it just took a lot longer for music fans to get the information they needed to come to the conclusion that the recording industry was duping them. It was the 80’s for crying out loud – the Michael J. Fox’s hoverboard blew our minds.