Apologies if this is being discussed elsewhere at HTF that I'm unaware of, but over at another message board there's a discussion going on about the current streaming that NETFLIX is offering, and how one day it will obliterate DVDs.As a diehard collector of movies, someone who likes to OWN a title in his hands and build a physical library, this is making me concerned. The most unsettling aspect to this is that it's not just the "Joe Six Packs" or "Mom and Pop" who are supporting this trend, but also people in their 40s and older who are already serious collectors and DVD fans!! This comes as a real surprise to me, that they have no problem letting their collections disappear and just streaming everything straight to their TV by paying a monthly fee (that is, assuming of course that one day EVERY MOVIE TITLE will be made available and for any "indefinite" amount of time, which I doubt). It's not that I have any problem with making "renting" easier by streaming. It's that I'd also like the option available to keep OWNING titles on physical media as well. From the looks of it, one day the studios won't give you such an option.