Location, Location, Location. It's all about it. For instance, a Gamefly distribution center is only 3 1/2 hours away from me, so it usually only takes 2-3 days. So it depends on where you live. I noticed they do priority shipping, so wherever you are I think they try to make the distance up in shipping quality/speed. You pay for it after all. So look up your nearest distribution center, if it's only a day's journey away, you should be pretty good. :)
A definite no. Just as much as there will be many movies released in the near future with violence, guns, or bloodshed. The entertainment industry doesn't blink when things like this happen. Not saying I'm pro or against that mindset, just an observation.
Good question. They won't be "more available," per se, but if you clear your queue with only that one avail game the MOMENT it becomes available they will send it to you. If your queue is filled with high available games, then those high ones will take priority every single time regardless in what order they are in.
My method is to always have one high avail game, and while I am enjoying that, the only other game in my queue is the low avail, which will turn up at some point. I have never had to wait too long, even for new releases. Two games is the best way to go, you feel like it's a waste of money when you are just waiting for a game to arrive. Hope I was clear and helpful, new at answering questions :) Thanks!
That is the disadvantage with Gamefly. Great unless you need codes to unlock content. Like Ghost Recon 3. Can't play multiplayer without the code. Developers will try anything to get people to pay full price, which is understandable to a degree, but I still think they charge an obscene amount for price of admission and DLC, so you go Gamefly!
The JUST released a free month trial! Note however it's only a one disc trail but it is still a good deal. Usually it's only ten days, so I'm jealous of you. Summer special I suppose. I can tell you that it won't be a waste of your time. It doesn't work for everybody, but for my lifestyle. It's perfect. The free trial is no hassle, just make sure if you want to cancel to do it before your free month is up.
If you do seem to like it I highly recommend the two disc option. You will never be stuck waiting on a game. Also three months of Gamefly is one full game purchase. Not all games are suited for Gamefly, (Heavy Multiplayer, 70+ Hour DLC Heavy Adventures) but for most games it is (Prototype, Max Payne, God of War etc) Could save money.
Give it a whirl :)