I'm going to have to go with the majority here. Getting B5 on a subscription-based streaming service like Netflix (or free; but that's less likely to fly with WB) is the way to go. If it gets back in syndication so much the better, but that cannot
be a higher priority than subscription-based streaming. It's a harder sell and it's debatable how much better the payoff would be.
Pay-for-download isn't good enough. No one pays for something they haven't already decided they want. With a subscription-based service, the user has already
paid, and doesn't have to fork over any more cash to check out what B5 is all about. I recently watched the first episode of Burn Notice on Netflix Instant; I would not have done that if I had to pay to see it.
Netflix isn't the only outlet, but it is probably the ideal one due to its large share of the market. Amazon Instant Video would be another option, PROVIDED (as mentioned above) B5 is offered free with Amazon Prime, rather than as one of their pay-for-view offerings.