Advertisements I've rarely used my Netflix streaming, even though I have a TiVo S3 and an Xbox 360 (and bought a Roku when it first came out, but never used it, so I let a friend borrow it indefinitely). I did watch my second Netflix streamed movie through the S3 last weekend and it worked fine, although a couple months ago I tried to watch a movie and it never did work properly, but I didn't care that much about watching that movie anyway. However, last night (7/19), I tried to watch an HD TV show through the S3 and it just wouldn't work, it just couldn't figure itself out, as I tried it three separate times from the beginning. I then tried to play the same show through through the Xbox 360 and it started to play fine, but then about a minute into it the system dropped back to a screen that said my Internet speed had dropped and it was adjusting quality. When it started to play again, it still looked ok to me and it never did drop out again after that, so whatever adjustments Microsoft's software made, it was able to compensate with what I assume was a lot of cable modem activity in my neighborhood on a Sunday night. Both my S3 and 360 run ethernet through a switch that runs ethernet to my router (in other words, I'm *not* using WiFi), so they are on equal footing. Unfortunately, I just hate watching movies through the 360, because of that system's fan noise. However, it doesn't appear that I can trust my TiVo S3 to do Netflix streaming properly at any given time, whereas the 360 appears to be able to get the job done. I'd just much rather have it work with my TiVo instead.