About the only reason I can think of someone wouldn't be happy with it is if they are only focused on new releases. There is ton of content on there, and it's well worth the monthly price. Especially as far as TV shows.
Netflix is amazing, especially since its only 7.99 a month. A lot of people spend more than that on coffee every month. How many rentals can you get off Apple TV for that much? Probably 2.
As tdu already stated. As long as your not looking for new releases, you should be good. Newer in terms of movies/shows doesn't always mean better as well.
Netflix also has a rating system, which i find to be somewhat accurate on how good or bad the movie/show is. Its a star rating. 5 stars is the best, 1 star being the worst. Ratings are decided by netflix users, not netflix employees.
I like the fact that you can use netflix on multiple devices, but only owning one account. I have netflix setup on my ps3 (majority of my usage), atv 2, ipad. I can also use netflix on my imac and my iphone, but i don't for my own personal reasons. So if you own multiple tv's, and have multiple compatible netflix devices, you can watch netflix on different tv's in your household using the same netflix account.
Originally Posted by tdu
About the only reason I can think of someone wouldn't be happy with it is if they are only focused on new releases.
I'd be too worried about the caps from my "Robbers" Internet service
True, but in that case. Get a provider like Teksavvy. That's what I use. 300gb cap, or unlimited if you want to pay a little extra.
But also, having a limited bandwidth cap is not a downfall of Netflix though. So even if the OP were to go with Apple TV, or online based vod/mod (video on demand/movies on demand) company. You'd still have that limiting you.