I'm about to get this <a href="http://www.roku.com/roku-products#1">Roku 2 XS</a> device since my U-Verse promotional price just ended and the price skyrocketed. I'm gonna keep the internet as its really good service and get a subscription service for TV, I just wanted some opinions from people who may have them or had them at one time. Roku offers free channels, but I want to augment it with something with better selection. <a href="http://www.amazon.com/gp/prime?ie=UTF8&tag=googhydr-20&hvadid=2480937525&ref=pd_sl_4jhisc5c2_e">Amazon Prime</a> is advertising streaming of 5,000 movies and TV shows for $79.99 a year, plus the other benefits of the membership, which I do use the site for internet shopping on occasion so that would be an added bonus. This option would be cheaper than Netflix, especially now that they have announced a <a href="http://www.nytimes.com/2011/07/13/technology/netflix-raises-price-of-dvd-and-online-movies-package.html">60% price increase</a> to be coming soon. I had Netflix for a free trial for a month and the selection of movies available for streaming seemed a little weak, but they seem to be trying to get off the mailing disc model and getting more people to stream with some of the moves they've made, so this may change. Anyone have any insight? Hulu Plus is another option, one I admittedly know nothing about. What kind of selection do they have? At $7.99 a month its not too shabby, but more expensive than Amazon Prime. They seem to all be competing with each other but I haven't been able to find what makes them unique. Are there any other services out there that I haven't mentioned that would be worth looking in to?