There is a new and rising consensus that maybe paid content could work after all. I remember when some analysts thought paid video was a complete dead-end, but my how things have changed as more connected devices come online and the general mindset among content providers is towards pay as hybrid providers like Netflix gain traction. That said, I think Disney is going down the wrong path blazed by the music industry before them in thinking single-studio or label pay models will work. Netflix works because it has a hugely successful DVD-by-mail business and lots of connected device partnerships, in particular the Xbox 360. Chris gets at the heart of the problem here, when he asks the question how many subscriptions do consumers want. My feeling is they want one or two at the most, and doing it by media company is not the way most will choose to go.