I have Netflix and it's great, but it's limited to Netflix content, and lacks a lot of the major broadcast network content,
At this point is it not more fair to say broadcast networks lacks Netflix content? There is far more I am interested in watching on Netflix now than on broadcast networks - and here I am only talking about Netflix own content!
And like I said, they are producing content FASTER now than any broadcast network, or I think even the combination of them.
The very few shows I might want to watch form network TV I could either get from Hulu (cheaper than the $35 price) or simply pay for a season on iTunes (way cheaper than $35/month if you just want to watch four shows or less)
For HBO for example I was able to pay $15/month and get to watch a number of great series until I was done, about four months of subscription then I was out. Half the cost of the $35 deal...
So ALL the $35 deal is really about is watching live content i.e. sports. Way too steep for my blood and even if I was really into a sport I would simply sign up for video access for that sport specifically, which would be WAY better than what live TV offers.