My opinion is not a new one: I love Netflix. I love being able to watch all kinds of movies/tv shows whenever i feel like it. However, Netflix is all over the place with anime.
It's selection is decent; it has the must-watch shows, like Trigun, Full Metal Alchemist (original and Brotherhood) ,and Samurai Champloo. It also has a decent amount of lesser-know anime, as well: Welcom to the NHK (which I am currently watching), Squid Girl, and Tokyo Godfathers.
It's great, but who else remembers when Netflix had at least six pages worth of anime?
When I first saw how much was on there, I remember thinking: "I'll never be able to watch all of this.", and I took this huge blessing for granted. This was a huge mistake.
I suppose a lot of series/movies were removed, either because Netflix couldn't keep the license for them, or the anime just wasn't popular enough to be worth keeping on.
I do understand why it was done, but I still miss seeing some great series on there, like Baccano! and Excel Saga. Why did we have to trade those for Fairy Tale and Ouran Host Club?
If anyone reading this agrees with me, we need to band together to get some more of our favorite series back on the site.