I've been subscribed to some Netflix RSS feeds for about a week now. Overall, it's not bad but I had to scale back what I was pulling into FeedDemon. I started with my queue, my recommendations, the Top 100, and the New Releases. The latter two are public feeds for everyone, while the two former feeds are specific to my account. My feelings on them have been:
-- I've found this to be pointless and removed it from FD. RSS is great when I want to be notified that some content somewhere has changed. But when Michelle and I are the only ones changing that content (the queue itself), I don't see much point. Ditto for the "Recent Rental Activity" feed.
-- This one is useful in that it puts some titles in front of me that I might no otherwise find. Overall, I find Netflix's recommendations engine to not be as accurate for me as Amazon's or the Suggestions engine in Tivo. I'm not sure why that is, but it seems that Netflix often recommends films that simply have the same actors/actresses as movies I've recently rated. If I'm a DeNiro or Coppola fan, chances are pretty good I already know about their movies...
-- This one isn't bad either. It hasn't changed much and I'm not sure how often they recalculate their Top 100, but it's interesting to know what's getting a lot of requests.
-- I had to unsubscribe from this feed. Amazon's "New Releases" for DVDs (and Music, for that matter) highlights the new stuff that's likely to be of interest to many people. You can then drill down further to see the more obscure releases. The problem with this feed is that it's just a firehose of new releases. Bizarre documentaries, how-to and self-improvement titles, etc. Don't get me wrong, I like independent movies and some of the non-mainstream stuff... but when I'm reading my news in FD, I don't want to sift through 50-60 new titles every day on the off chance that I'll find one or two that seem interesting.