Originally Posted by browerjs
If I was a customer that had zero interest in 3D, I know I wouldn't be happy if I was subsidizing the 3D customers...
What about people customers who never using the streaming service, but still subsidize it for those that do?
What about those who rent less than others, but help subsidize the ones that rent a lot?
What about those that never damage discs, but subsidize the ones that occasionally damage them (usually without reporting it)?
What about the guy who never seems to get a new release in a timely manner while others get them day one?
In practically ever subscription model, a lot of people subsidize a few that consume more than average. That goes for insurance, health clubs, people who graze in the produce aisle at the supermarket and internet bandwidth.
Like it or not, that's way a lot of things work.