Not sure you understood what I wrote and that was probably my fault as I was not specific enough. I highlighted that collectors were perhaps more cultured in cinema. Maybe I should have used the word knowledgable. I was referring to the serious collector who frequent forums such as these. My intention was to highlight that the majority of people watch movies in a casual manner similar to flicking the channels on cable TV to pass the time. It was not a criticism (Judgment) but an observation. That type of film watcher will not be a serious collector of physical media nor someone who will have a lot of knowledge of film in general. This is what I was trying to explain for collectors to comprehend who seem to me do not understand this casual mentality in the average consumer/watcher of films. Maybe I used the wrong word for creative type of personality too. Perhaps eccentric is more apt for people who seem to collect films on a wide scale. Serious collectors seem to appreciate the art behind making/creating a movie as opposed to people who stream movies. They will conciously choose a specific type of film in their catalogue from all ages/genres to watch as opposed to the latest release on a sudden whim without too much thought. My guess is the average streamer is someone that bought the odd DVD here or there prior to streaming becoming commercially available. Perhaps while shopping through Walmart. It's more of an impulse buy situation. Conversely, the avid collector will probably purchase a film via many channels and seek out particular films by a given director etc. They will also make a purchase of a specific realease of a title whether old or new via online and through other channels. It goes without saying that some people steeped in the history of cinema stream and download movies but as far as I am aware the majority of streamers are casual viewers. There is no right or wrong way but if cinema is to survive in the 21st century I feel there needs to be more education/encouragement on watching older and more diverse films as well as trying to help create more varied movies coming from Hollywood.