The user interface leaves much to be desired, though. You can't just pick two games and move along. No, you have the three "tokens" -- Free PS3 game #1, #2 and the 30 days free PSN access. You have to select the PS3 game #1 token, then pick which game you "assign" to that token. Then you confirm, download, confirm, ... I got lost, I'm sure. When I finally got to click "Continue shopping" I could not remember if I was on the game #1 token, or the 30 days free, or game #2. Very confusing, but eventually I got through it. The games were downloading, I heard some disk activity so I paid no attention to it.
Next morning the kids wanted to play their new games, but there was still nothing there. My Inbox had a confirmation message stating tha tI purchased the two games (for $0). I was confused. Apparently even after I clicked "Download" it didn't actually do anything. I had to go into Account Management->Transaction Management->Services List->SCEA Promotions. You'll see the games there and you will have to select each and download.
I don't understand why they made it this complicated. But there's even more. After you click Download it churns for a bit, then it offers you another "Background download" button. I clicked that and it churned for another little while, this time saying something like "Preparing". When it was finally done "preparing" I got back to the "Download" button. Thinking that something had gone wrong I clicked that again, then the "Background download". I ended up with the same game queued up to download a second time. 7GB.
And the "Download Manager" is anything *but*. It simply lists what is downloading and what is queued up to download. You cannot cancel a download. So I guess what this means is I probably won't be finally trying the free 30-day Netflix trial until July (I usually use up 8-12GB, plus the 14 GB for downloading one of the games twice, plus the other free one is another 3-5, I think. I might hit my cap limit.
Oh, while looking around the PSN I noticed that they offer movies and TV shows as well. Recent HD movies are $5.99 to "rent" -- $2 better than Rogers on-demand. I'm not sure how long your rental period lasts. TV shows are not a great price. $.99 per episode is OK if you had missed recording something and only do it once. And BSG, S1E1 was $1.99 for the SD version and a whopping $2.99 for HD! Wow. "33" was a great episode, but how can they charge you $3 for an hour long episode?