Not trying to start an argument btw, just genuinely interested in your thoughts as someone that clearly is well invested into buying digital contentThe price is irrelevant to me. Or the the number of films that disappear.
Thats an impressive number of movies which would've come at a considerable cost to you over the years I should imagine. What would happen if you accessed your library tomorrow and you only had 930 movies? Or the next day you only had 720? Im exaggerating I know, but at what point do you stop saying "For what I pay for iTunes stuff, life's too short to worry about disappearing content"?
For me right now, I'm only 200 odd movies deep into this. Yes It's cost me a few hundred quid but I'm not as heavily invested in this as many of you hardcore digital movie collectors are. When I actively started participating in this forum I kind of introduced myself and said how I used to buy VHS, then moved onto DVD and then blurays but eventually just started torrenting everything. This kind of shady practice makes me want to go back to my old method of acquiring content. Some of you may read this and I think I'm being pathetic and throwing my toys out over one £3.99 digital movie but its how I feel right now...
Apologies if I've broken an forum rules by mentioning torrenting.