Thanks for the replies guys.
I think I'm gonna try the Roku2 wireless, and then downgrade to a non-smart, non-WiFi BluRay.
I'm thinking that if I leave the Roku2 turned on, it will keep Netflix loaded and ready to go, so that when I switch the TV input to the Roku2, I'll be able to instantly see the Netflix menu like when we were using the Wii.
The Samsung BluRay BD-D5700ZA takes 5 seconds to turn on, then 30 seconds to begin trying to load Netflix (slow Samsung Menu process). Once it connects to Netflix, the video menu for Netflix loads in the normal 20 seconds or so. I know it's only a minute total, but it's aggrevating when I am prepping for work in the morning. Each time I switch to something else, the BluRay disconnects from Netflix.
I paid $150 plus $20 insurance on the Samsung BluRay BD-D5700ZA.
If I swap for the cheaper, non-WiFi Samsung BluRay, I'll skip the insurance, and I'll gain speed with seperate component Roku2. I like the idea of seperate components anyway.
The Samsung BluRay remote has a NetFlix red button on it... The way Netflix is going... It may soon be an obsolete color.
Anyway, thanks for the info & help. This has helped me figure out something to try.