I'm going to say no for two reasons.
1. Blockbuster is a dying company. More and more stores are going out of business, and I think people are fed up with the amount of money they've wasted in that place. Between the steep rental fees, the ridiculously steep late fees, and god forbid you lose a movie, they charged you upwards of $100 (based on estimated earnings that that DVD would have brought) I say good riddance; I'll never spend another dime in that place.
2. I think the Netflix rate changes were both logical and reasonable. For the first time in company history they are spending more on streaming rights than they are on DVDs. Thusly it was only logical that they separate the two in order to actually make it cheaper for those who are only streaming video vs a $6 hike for those of us that still like both streaming and DVD's. And the reverse is also true that those that do not have streaming on their computers and only want the DVDs, it saves them money as well.