One of the most beautiful characteristics of TV viewing is the Channel Surfing. Plop down in your chair and simply flip through channel after channel until you find something that peeks your interest, settling in to it, then immediately bailing on it the second you get the itch, and then inevitably returning back to it once you've found nothing better. What are strategies to replicate such an approach to TV viewing when faced with Internet choices? It would be awesome if there was a place where you could just watch trailers or commercials of TV shows. Or of course to watch live TV online. One of the problems with netflix is that you have to CHOOSE what you want to watch without having seen a commercial for it or without having seen a few minutes from the show that one day when you were flipping. Also, when I CHOOSE something, I always feel like I have to pay attention to it as if it were a movie I am going to. TV viewing has always meant I never had to 'commit.' hehe. And don't forget about how enjoyable it is to just have TV on in the background with something kind of good on but kind of not good. Thank you.