I think there is much more product now available with streaming than ever before. Every three or four days, there are a handful of new classic films being added to Amazon Prime. It surprises me how quickly they are beefing up their catalogue. Some titles are temporarily discontinued but a month or two later they come back. Currently I have over 500 golden age classics on my queue with Amazon Prime.
Also, I watch TCM on Sling and at the end of November they started adding on-demand. At first it was just one title, which I figured was introductory. I checked it again tonight, and there are about 25 titles-- classic films that aired on TCM in the past few days and as recent as this morning, that I can watch streaming on my Smart TV. I really love this feature, because I had missed SUN VALLEY SERENADE, and there it was-- and I can replay it. I have it on disc, but this saves me the trouble of having to go hunt for it in my collection of discs. Plus, these on-demand streaming titles on TCM/Sling are presented in the best technology available, which means they often are better than the quality of the discs I recorded that may have been in standard definition.
I have Amazon Prime as well. I've enjoyed the classic films available there. I used to belong to Netflix, but haven't for awhile. I haven't joined Hulu...do you recommend them? And on occasion, I've watched some titles on YouTube, but the quality varies so greatly there.
Like I said, I need to improve my ability to stream high quality content with ease, and then I'm sure I'll be watching much more content that way. Btw, I appreciate your posts about what's available on the different channels and services. Keep up the good work!