If my house were to burn down, I think it is a safe bet the last thing I am going to be worried about, is some of my digital content eh.
In fact if the house burned down, I would say my entire anime collection in any form is the least of my woes.
Anything that can be downloaded later, is not really capable of being lost in any way meaningful. Forget the legal implications of that comment, the truth is, if my house burned down, the only things I will have lost, are not replaceable with any sum of cash.
Like my wedding pictures. My sons stuff from when he was little. My old books. Basically a lifetime of junk meaningful only to me and my wife.
I'n not myself in a rush to get blueray replacements for anything I have on dvd. I likely won't be buying blueray anything until I start encountering stuff that I just must have, that was not around in the dvd era to begin with.
My buddy was bummed out I did not want to get together this weekend to watch Star Wars on blujeray
Well duh, it's not like we don't have the George Lucas dominated stations like Spike that plays Star Wars almost like some weird religion
Anime, one of the few things about the internet that doesn't make me hate the internet.