Josh, I have never felt that way. There are a couple of things at play here... First, despite my mentioning of it above, I rarely buy anything I don't like. 2001 and some of the Star Wars films are an example of titles I have bought knowing I won't watch. There are also things like RAMBO: THE COLLECTION where I know only a few films really hold up that I will watch again and others probably never. The same could be said for THE DIE HARD COLLECTION. If the price is right, I'll buy a saga collection just to have them all but knowing I'll never watch all of them. Also, there was a time when I was reviewing titles that the studios were just sending me all kinds of stuff. The bulk of my collection is DVD and a lot of those titles are still in shrinkwrap. I was being sent far more than I could actually review. But there is a majority of Blu-rays in my collection still in shrinkwrap too. I was working crazy hours for many years up until retirement and I was buying more than I could actually watch. I don't regret any of it. I think I was able to build a very eclectic collection of DVD titles from studio offerings. My Blu-ray collection, on the other hand, represents only the movies I really liked as I was not going to repurchase every DVD title I owned. My 4k collection is even more restricted. There are a lot more favorites I could actually buy but I am being far more selective. Where it is really, absolutely becoming out of control in the digital realm. To be able to buy HD movies for $5 and 4k for $12-$14 has put a sudden surge of excitement into my collector instincts and I see that I can go hog wild without sacrificing storage space. Additionally, I share my Apple TV library with my brother who lives in another state and I get such a kick out of turning him on to my new purchases. He just bought a new 4k TV so he's taking advantage of the stuff I purchase. I am convinced digital is the future. Hope that sheds some light on things. I love talking collecting with people that understand it. Most people do not.