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Disks only for us from Netflix, our DSL is pretty much useless for streaming content. We are lucky with a distribution center nearby and delivery is usually in only 1 day so we really get a quick turnaround. We watch a lot of movies and think Netflix is a great value.

Sometimes if we have a disk at the top of our queue that isn't available at the local center, we'll get a message that says your disk is available at a more distant center so is going to take a bit longer to get to us. Because of this, Netflix sends the next disk in the queue from our local center as a way to say sorry about that- pretty good customer service.

Don't think the drone service would add much for us.
I think I will be in the same boat when I get moved to the mountains. I'll have satellite for internet and the bandwidth usage is limited so streaming video will be very limited. I'll have to do DVDs. The only problem is the 75 minutes to the post office and back.
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