Some devices show the Super HD logo whether you have access to the Super HD video encodes or not; among the things that I own the Roku 3 and TiVo Premiere Netflix player browsers do. Shouldn't be "select" titles though. There is a small subset of 720p-only titles (usually relatively recent release big ticket movies like Super 8, Thor and Captain America), but all the remaining HD titles should be marked Super HD. Even if you don't have access to Super HD it's a convenient way to tell if an HD titles is 1080p or not.
Netflix seems to be holding fast to their "unless you sign up for Open Connect your customers aren't getting Super HD or 3D" stance. I don't expect that there will be some subset of titles available in Super HD to customers of ISPs who don't knuckle under.
i bought the evolution kit for my TV and now that tag is not there just HD 5.1 or just HD. I'm paying for internet of 60 down and 5 up but even on the best of days like maybe 3 in the morning i have never seen any speed test above 49 and It's more like around mid twenties most of the time so i should be set to go if brighthouse would come on board.