But if the only way you can subscribe to content you want, is to also take a lot of content you don't want, which presumably you are also being charged for because you pay a lot for the whole package, then the stuff you don't want is rubbish to you. It may not be to someone else, but it is to you. So I stand by my use of the term. I don't want to be made to pay for a lot of stuff that doesn't appeal to me, in order to get some stuff that does.
I really struggle with your form of communication sometimes. It's why I sound occasionally frustrated in the tone of my replies. I apologise in advance as I understand this might sound condescending, but perhaps you could read out loud what you write ?
My specific issue here is, that you have completely contradicted yourself in the space of 1 paragraph.
Are all the services you currently subscribe to, 100% full of content you want? You already said no, but then go on to say you want it. Until you get that, you won't be "happy".
Yet, you continue to subscribe to those services, but then say you won't' subscribe to "other" services because they don't provide only the content you want.
Even if Netflix was utopian for you, 100% of the content you wanted for a price you were happy to pay, your tastes may change, new genres may come up, should they then read your mind and provide this to you (obviously not, as I am extrapolating my point), at no extra point.
I believe you were one of the people very unhappy about the CPI increase of Sky each year, but Netflix has had a number of price increases magnitudes more as a percentage than Sky has ever had. I didn't see a thread started about that. An informed source has shared that Netflix is ultimately
to be priced at 30USD for their full-service product.