Physical media is not going to go away as long as ISPs gleefully impose bandwidth caps. The blocky pixelated stuff internet vendors try to pass off as hi-def is nowhere close to the quality of a Bluray. And if you want to get that type of quality, you have to download large files. Downloading 20gig files at 5mbps is not going to cut it, especially for video on demand services like iTunes and Netflix. And that's before Cox(sucker) Communications and their badwidth caps.
Bluray may be the last physical medium, but it will flourish before it dies. And I like the idea of popping in the disc on any bluray device and watching my movie. DRM is another factor limiting digital downloads. And unlike music with MP3, video has not settled on a dominant standard format that every one supports and uses.
You cannot make anything fool-proof. The fools are too inventive
GW: Tr Gandhi (Ra), Shiva Sung (Mo), Mangal Pandey (Ne), Rana Pratap Singh (Wa), Boddhi Satwa (Ri), Bhagat Singh (De), Bahadur Shastri (Pa)