I remember when I bought my first DVD and couldn't believe how amazing this new technology was. I had a full length movie with extras and a menu on this flat shiny disc that took up no space at all. I didn't have to twiddle my thumbs while I fast forwarded or rewinded like on a VCR tape. I even forgave that I couldn't record onto that glorious disc. And the picture quality, oh man, it was like I replaced my TV for some new alien technology. I was so proud of my growing DVD collection, I even made a cabinet to hold them. But lately I've been getting down on what seems to be the replacement for those magical discs. Streaming movies, downloadable and on demand. I know it is inevitable but having those shiny discs is like owning a piece of history. I try to convince myself that things always get better but in this case is it really? Last weekend I watched the Wolfman on demand and loved it, I even wanted to watch it again the next night but my 24 hours was up and I had to pay $4.99 to watch it again. I know I could have bought it on DVD but I got lazy and then regretted paying for on demand. I know most people are in love with On Demand and downloading movies onto their computers but theres something about owning a medium that holds what you love most and knowing I can watch this whenever I want on any TV in my house including the DVD player in my car. I had no problem with replacing my vinyl album library with CD's or my VCR library but I'm never going to give up on my DVD collection. I'm not giving in to this new technology and I pray that there is enough of us out there who think like me.