Adding more content to Hulu can only mean more good things. Keep it free though. Hopefully they won't get too greedy and start charging for it.
On a side note, this is an interesting cycle. First you have free over-the-air TV with commericals. Then you have paid TV coming through a landline without Commercials because you pay for it. Then they introduce commericals into the paid system, and no one really notices. Then you get to a point where there is (probably) more commerical content on TV than TV programming. Then, out comes the DVR. People can now skip all those commericals.
Next, up and coming is the Internet TV, and since it has DRM built in, they are introducing ads into the content, and now, you are unable to skip through those ads. Maybe someone will invent a DVR for Hulu or other comparable sites so you can "record" these shows and thus, are able to skip these ads as well. Lol...its a never ending cycle.