That should not have been seen as an example of people assuming everything will be available at all times because that is not what I said and that is not what I believe. As a matter of fact it was just 4 posts back that I said "I have never been led to believe that was ever some kind of ultimate goal." To make sure we are crystal clear here, Randy - I do not believe that anyone, including Disney, are making their whole catalog available at all times. If you look at a full list of movies Disney and it's subsidiaries have produced that number is 744. Assuming R-rated and other non-family fare from Touchstone and Hollywood are not included on this service, it does get you to the 500+ titles they promised at launch. Also, you say that adding and subtracting titles is the norm for streaming services - that is the norm for streaming services that have to license its content. Services run by studios that own all of the content it shows is a new ballgame with new rules. Rotating titles in and out isn't necessary for them. To repeat, I am not trying to say Disney+ is intending on having it's entire catalog available at all times, only that if they want to take their business model in a different direction in the future, they are setting themselves up to be able to do so.