Netflix is losing a ton of customers on the bad decision they made to link their streaming service to Silverlight.
We lowly Linux users cannot watch Netflix streams...unless we shell out additional $$ for a separate box.
This makes not sense, because they DO stream ok to Android via Chrome, which is...wait for it...Linux.
Several years of "campaigning" to Netflix by worldwide Linux users has resulted in absolutely 0 customer support on this issue. There was a rumor last year that by mid 2012, they'd have a Linux client available. This did not materialize, however.
So, on the occasions we do wish to stream a movie, we use Amazon Instant Video.
Unless Netflix gets in the 2010's, I, and a whole bunch of Linux users, won't be watching SW or anything else that essentially constitutes a funneling of money to Disney via Netflix.
This is really funny, in an ironic sort of way, because Pixar is a big part of Disney's 'team' now, and the heavy lifting on Pixar's computer based animation, the rendering engines, and indeed Disney itself prior to The Merger, run Linux
and have done so for nearly a decade.
I won't hold my breath, but I'd sure like to see this deal with Netflix have Disney "strong arm" Netflix into joining the rest of the streaming community in supporting the platform Disney itself uses.