I find this two different types of consumers. The people that still own their PS1, and PS2 (and beyond) discs. Which falls into the video gaming niche (extremely small) market. And those casual gamers that grew up with the PlayStation, and have long since sold, or gotten rid of their old games, but now want to share their gaming memories with their kids, and family, or just to revisit their past in a simple streamlined way with the PS Now. Easy, and non-messy. One group are hardcore collectors holding onto their past with physical discs, and the other could care less about owning any 20 year old game on disc, but may still enjoy playing an old game now, and then.