Louis Gray has an interesting article this morning: http://blog.louisgray.com/2011/04/physical-media-has-to-go-im-digital.html I've been -almost- digital only for about 2 years now. Books: Kindle first then iBooks if I have to. I won't buy anywhere else. Magazines: I don't buy magazines, e or dead wood, any more at all. Music: Amazon is my first choice, iTunes if I have to. I'm tempted to steal a copy of the entire suite of ACDC albums I dont have converted from my CDs. I will never buy another CD. Any CD I acquire for free gets ripped and tossed in an album as backup, the case gets tossed. PC Games: If it's not on Steam I don't buy it. If retail is cheaper than Steam I only buy retail if it has the Steam key. Movies. Kinda stumped here. I prefer Blu of course, but I will stream anything that's not a blockbuster event type movie. I love me some Netflix instant. Xbox/PS3: I'm willing to wait 6 months for these games to go from oil eating disks to PSN/Live for all but the absolute top of the charts must have on release date games. I am dying for these guys to have digital copies day and date, maybe on the next generation. Mobile devices: Digital or no sale. Really can't wait for NGP. How about you guys? Still ok with old media or trying hard to go digital only?