This does not surprise me. Lets see, the common complaint against streaming vs 4K bluray is compression artifacts that include loss of grain structure and uneven quality that includes fluctuating frame interpolation to account for the ultimate goal of saving bandwidth which is of course dependant on subscribers and on the fly demand. I think these debates of "good enough" quantity vs quality/consistency have been done to death. I say it is garbage because it lacks structure and it is the license operator trying to kill the save state. With some people's mindsets it is working. To each his own. Screw the Disney/Apple/Netlix/Google domination tactic. As long as there is a cord and the player that hooks straight to yout tv without an internet connection needed there will always be superior quality. It is physics plain and simple. I will never ever rely on the company man to host my content. It is garbage for so many reasons and that includes cutting down quality to one split hair closer to that death of physical.