I’m in a somewhat unique place in this conversation because I’ve got nearly all of the classic films, plus all of the rare “Treasures” content, and it’s all been ripped and converted into a format that I can use a home theater PC to stream at full quality to myself in and out of the house. So I don’t need Disney+ for the majority of feature content they have up, nor for most of their rarer classic stuff. And since the projection gear I watch movies on is HD, the 4K offerings that are exclusive to 4K on their site don’t hold any extra value to me. Right now, I’m enjoying it for the original new shows and some nostalgia shows I never got on disc, and when I run out of ones I want to see, I’ll cancel until there’s something new. But any time they decide to add more stuff I want to see but don’t have, whether it’s second seasons of stuff that only got first season Treasures releases, or new Star Wars or Marvel shows, I’ll come back. But I think you’ll see a lot of people who don’t own that content and will find it easier to pay $70 a year for all the major Disney films than to try to keep up with buying them at $25 a pop. And I would imagine that first time parents who don’t already have a Disney collection lying around will find it easier and more desirable to subscribe to D+ than to try to buy a dozen classics on disc.