Originally Posted by jamieva
So in the end the customer isn't right.
I've usually found this to be the case because the customer makes assumptions about what they "deserve," has no understanding of what actually goes into a decision and a complete lack of facts, and is oftentimes an idiot.
In other words--don't get your panties in a wad over a service that's been available for 4 days and will likely change many times in the coming months.
Great attitude to have. Hey here's a great new product....but you don't get it...why? Can't tell you just accept it. Bogus
I agree--it is a great attitude to have in this case. The service that I pay $10/month for just got faster and has more features. I am enjoying Netflix and watching both tv shows and movies as opposed to wasting time and making phone calls and getting pissed off that my widget is infinitesimally different than someone else's widget on the internet.
I fail to see how you aren't getting the "great new product." Are you not able to find and watch movies? The movies are the product, right?
Honestly, I couldn't even tell you which version of the interface that I have. All I know is that I have the ability to find movies that I want to watch that scrolls through options very quickly, and loads movies 5-10 times faster than it did with the disc based version and has 5.1 sound.
I find all of the gnashing of teeth and internet wailing over this ridiculous and amusing.