It's not up to us, unfortunately. It will be up the distributors that say enough is enough and we will stream. I thought the same way you did for many years but I now hear more friends saying "Oh I watched such and such film on Netflix or HBO Go or Hula or Drive-in Classics". They are paying the monthly fee or per film cost. I have never had so many friends talking about the movies or TV shows they stream. Yes demand is still high for Physical Media now, but will it continue? Anyone still use an IBM typewriter, fax machine, Bell and Howell 8mm projector, VHS tapes, bought a Castle Film lately, or planing on buying a desk top computer anytime soon? Or purchased Kodak film? Or when was the last time a laser disc was produced? Time marches on. We already know that titles like OLIVER can not sell 3000 discs in six months. I love physical media. I love hold it in my hand. I love being able to look at it when I want to. I have over 5000 DVD and Blu-Ray titles and treasure each of then, but have realized that in 10 or 15 years, maybe less, that they will be as favored as laserdiscs are now, a wonderful memory of the past that we can hold on too.