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For me it's worth it to watch current shows at 1080p, no commercials to skip and an unpolluted lower thirds. I signed up just for ST: Discovery but now I feel I'm getting value for my subscription.

The app itself sux. Episodes always start at low res and don't go clear for about a minute. It's the only one of the streaming services I use that locks up every so often (comparing to Netflix, Amazon and Hulu). And every so often it locks up completely and I have to restart the app. I have heard the theory on Cord Cutters that CBS created the service hoping it would fail.
 

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^^^
Out of curiosity, why would one do that? Is there some advantage vs. directly subscribing to CBS AA? (I don't subscribe to Amazon Prime so the odds of me doing that are even lower.)
I was subscribing directly, but I changed to subscribing under Prime because CBSAA was having frequent connection issues. It did indeed make the connection to CBSAA much more reliable.
 
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