Much the same over the ditch
In New Zealand, I can watch TVNZ On Demand on my PS3, but I still don't really get the point - it potentially eats up my 30GB cap for an average quality and limited selection of content.
With a computer attached to the TV (and I generally have a laptop plugged in) I can add the TV3/TV4 versions of catch up viewing. I presume Prime has some version of the same but showing the weakness of fragmented brand names, I don't know if they do or what it is called without Googling for it.
In the end, if I have missed a program I want to catch up on, its easier to grab the series from a torrent & then play it in my own time.
Would be happy to pay content owners (or watch some advertising) to get a decent selection of HD(ish) content to download as/when required, but dispite all the complaints about piracy (and new restrictive copyright laws) , the content providers still don't seem to be able to provide the obviously solution and allow us to purchase video other than on dead media, months after we could get it on pirate sites.