A very fair point but an advantage of streaming purchases (exluding the likes of Netflix, Prime etc here as they're not the same) is the potential for titles to be upgraded at no additional cost to higher quality - something Apple (love or hate 'em) is definitely the best at handling so far. For example, my copy of Alien was upgrade for free to 4K/HDR and I only paid £2.99 for it in HD in a sale. There are absolutely still issues that need to be ironed out with upgrades, as anyone who got the old UK iTunes version of The Shining will tell you, but it's mostly been quite smooth IMO. I still like and frequently purchase physical media too but I would be lying if I said that the Apple TV 4K hadn't massively opened up how I choose to watch films and TV shows at home.I have a very low opinion of Apple so I was only speaking for myself, but my comment is more directed at not relying on streaming services who are at the mercy of rights-holders. It would seriously p*** me off if I had bought an Atmos/HDR etc film and when I sat down to watch it the quality had been downgraded, even if only temporary. I'll never have that problem with physical media.