At my job I supervise 7 people. Say, for Christmas, I gave each of them a $20 GC for a different place (let's say Walmart, Applebees, Target, Bed Bath & Beyond, Best Buy, McDonalds, and Texas Roadhouse). I'm sure they'd all be grateful to an extent, but I'm sure there would be some whining and complaining among themselves, trading, and even wondering why each person got each gift card. Each person would value each gift card differently.
Luckily I'm not stupid enough to do that. I would give each person a GC to the same store, and they'd all be content that A) they got something nice from me and B) since everyone got the same thing, it doesn't look like I'm showing any special favoritism to anyone.
Now I know that is example is a little bit simplistic compared to what all of PS+ entails, but maybe it's time for Sony to just focus on giving both EU and US the same content as much as possible.
While in most people's eyes they should be similar, also have to remember EU has a lot more boundaries it has to pass to get released. Every game has to pass numerous country standards and have languages included. So while a game might be quick to come out here, if it hits one hiccup over there it could hold up a release for weeks or months (like Dyad currently).
I don't know all the details of why certain games comes out here or there on PSN+. I'm sure there are some boundaries included in it that prevent each PSN+ being the same though. I just know everyone will never be happy.
Back on topic though, anyone interested in CS really should give it a shot. Played some yesterday and it is just as much fun as it was back in the old days. I didn't get to play every mode yet (hope to play more tonight). $15 ($12 PSN+) isn't too bad when you consider how much time you can spend playing.
Also, people wanting to know about how the controller works. I didn't have a problem with the feel since it plays like most FPS's. One plus side is you can change all the button layouts, so it leaves a lot to customize to what works best for you. Either way, I highly recommend since matches are quick and fun in short bursts or long sittings.