Right now I have a 2 disc Netflix subscription. I'm annoyed by how they don't carry BDs for older movies. If it's not a new release, odds are they won't have it and they won't get it. I waited almost a year for them to get the Back to the Future trilogy BD before giving up and buying the set myself. They still only have the DVDs. The Indiana Jones BD box set comes out in a few months, and odds are they won't get that either. Of the discs they do have, they're usually stripped down copies with no extras.
I don't care about streaming, since I have Amazon Prime and most streaming video looks like SD anyway. I have an HDTV and a BD player. I want that nice picture!
Redbox is here, but they're a joke unless you only watch new releases.
How's BB on the BD front? No stores around here, so the in-store exchange is a moot point. I looked through the list of movies on their site, and they seem to offer more BDs of older films than Netflix. Do they send retail copies? How is the turnaround?
"Give a man a fire, and he'll be warm for a day. Set a man on fire, and he'll be warm for the rest of his life."