While we are on the issue of value, paying $7/mo for Space is not good either. Crave offers STD and lots more (like all the Star Trek series) for $10/mo. It can be subscribed a month at a time and past episodes watched on demand.
Very true - I got it originally for The Last Ship and Doctor Who ... which I didn't see a better way of getting new episodes.
I have Crave already ... only $8.32 a month with the annual subscription (of $99.90) - I think I paid less than that, but that's what the renewal is currently listed at on my account. All the classic Trek is on Netflix too - though there's subtle differences - for example the TOS episodes are high-definition 4:3 on Netflix but 16:9 on Crave.
However, Crave is the only major service I use that's not available on my very stable Roku, and I have to use a relatively flakey Amazon Fire Stick for ... and it was just simpler to PVR ST
on Space rather than deal with the Fire Stick - LOL! (the Fire Stick issues, other than being a relatively slow, poor, interface ... seems to be a fatal design flaw involving overheating. Generally if the stick is touching anything, and not suspended in mid-air, it overheats after about 30 minutes ... and you have to wait 5 minutes to cool down ... I see reports on the web, about people drilling holes in the casing to increase air circulation ...)
Probably better price points for my DSL as well - but if I can already watch everything I stream in HD, then it's hard to justify paying more for little benefit (our corporate network is it's own bottleneck that more bandwidth won't overcome).