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BoB

I tried it out this week and it worked pretty good. I placed a couple of movies in the "watchlist" on Amazon.com. They showed up fine on the xbox. Searching was fairly easy as well.

I put the SD version of the movies in my queue but when I brought up the watchlist on the 360, it had them listed as the HD version. I do have my 360 hooked up via HDMI.

This was a lot better than trying to play Amazon thru my LG BluRay player!

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Jack

I love my Xbox 360, but I hate the way they implement features like Netflix, Hulu and Crackle. You have to have an Xbox Live Gold subscription to use them.

Microsoft is the ONLY company whose set-top box requires an additional subscription in order to access Netflix, Hulu, Crackle, Amazon, or other services. It's pathetic. They need to stop restricting people.

Many are the times I've considered dropping the Xbox 360 and getting the PS3. In the end, I got a Roku. Xbox Live Gold is USELESS to me, because I don't play online. I'm not paying for a yearly subscription to access something I already pay for.

Microsoft: CUT IT OUT.

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