incrediBILL - 8:00 pm on Dec 31, 2010 (gmt 0)
I find the simplest solution to the problem already exists, it's here today and most already own one, it's called the Sony PlayStation 3.
Not only do you get a good gaming machine, a BlueRay DVD player, access to Netflix and Hulu Plus, but you can watch quite a bit of YouTube, etc. in their browser.
Problem I'm finding is the services really aren't ready for prime-time such as Netflix doesn't allow most TV series on DVD to be viewed instantly, nor many movies for that matter. There's a good amount of stuff, but it's pretty limiting if you've already seen most of it.
Then we have Hulu Minus, er Plus, which I just canceled after less than a month because almost everything I wanted to watch wasn't available on the TV, you have to go watch it on a computer - which is FREE! huh? Must be some licensing issues there still waiting to be resolved.
Until those services get better, buying an Internet TV is pretty much a waste of money IMO, over-hyped, under-delivered.
Save that money and get a PS3, much better deal for now and it's more fun too!