I am a Netflix user and as you may know, Netflix has previously only worked under Windows (or in Linux via netflix-desktop ... which was a fairly difficult install under Wine and required adding Ubuntu repositories ...).
The reason Netflix only worked under windows was because of Silverlight which (until recently) would not work in Linux
Well good news!
Pipelight (which has been under development for a while now and used to have quite a few bugs) now works flawlessly in bringing Netflix to Linux users.
I particularly like this method because it uses Debian Jessie repositories only.
I just installed Pipelight and it's much easier to install than netflix-desktop and works nicely in Firefox (or Iceweasel).
It's basically 3 easy steps which are well documented at the Pipelight website.
1) Install Pipelight ... http://pipelight.net/cms/install/installation-debian.html
2) Enable Siverlight Plugin ... http://pipelight.net/cms/plugin-silverlight.html
3) Install User Agent ... http://pipelight.net/cms/installation-user-agent.html
... simple as that.
Was wondering if you might want to pre-install Pipelight with pre-configured Iceweasel (with User Agent Overrider).
I think it would take little effort and might pay off in being able to offer the ability to watch Netflix streaming video.
If not, at least you can point forum users to these 3 steps to instant Netflix, if any should ask.
My install was in Sparky Razor-qt 64bit but I think the same three steps should apply to any version of Sparky.
Just a thought,
Dave (aka timber)