OK guys, I have a modest DVD collection/library, whatever you want to call it. I love the idea of having many of my favorite films/TV shows at my fingertips. But yesterday afternoon, I really realized why I love owning DVDs so much. DVD is the first format that has allowed me to own so many great films. And because of that, yesterday was possible. My wife's parents and her grandmother were over at our house. My father-in-law was looking at a problem with my wife's car and my mother-in-law was playing with our new little baby. My wife's grandmother (who is well into her 80's) looked very tired and just worn out. My wife asked her if she wanted to watch a movie. "Sure," she reluctantly said. My wife started naming several titles to her, and she just kinda sat there, still looking tired and uninterested. My wife said, "How about Singin' in the Rain"? Her eyes perked up, and she said, "Yah, that sounds good." As she began watching the classic musical, her whole countenance changed. She smiled, laughed and it just seemed to brighten her day. They had to leave before it was over, and I just had to break my rule about not lending out my discs. My wife gave it to her and told her to enjoy it. She just smiled. It was amazing. Watching her watch that film was great. I was so happy that I had that available. Sorry if this is kinda off-topic or boring, but I was so excited to see my wife's grandmother so happy. Anyone else have any similar stories? I'd love to hear them!