I used to stream very occasionally, but I gave it up about a year ago to fully support physical media. For me, it's all about object lust, really. I love the tangibility of physical media, and ever since I was young I always treasured the VHS, DVD and Blu-ray Discs I own and previously owned, to the point that I can remember physically holding them in my hands and admiring their weight, their very existence.
Years and years ago as a child, I used to have a small collection of VHS tapes, of which I was very proud. This was back when VHS was still pretty expensive to buy, and I was only allowed to buy certain ones because of cost or content, but I used to love admiring the box covers with their photographs and even the back copy text, which would always be so determined to grab your interest. I would hold the tape itself and look at the label on it, and I used to cautiously start to pry open the top to expose the actual tape inside, before thinking better of it. I remember being excited to have found what I thought was a "super-small" edition of Return of the Jedi
at a yard sale, which someone had put in a generic cover. I bought it and took it home and tried to play it in the VCR...and it was a Betamax tape!
When I moved on to DVD in 2000, I remember buying my workhorse Sony DVD player (which after many years of constant use, was still working when I last tried it back in 2009), and my first titles, and being so impressed to have so many films in widescreen with "proper" black bars, and now, regularly, extra features. I would again admire the DVD artwork and sometimes the cases, if they were not standard, and I eventually amassed hundreds of DVDs, all of which I loved, and several of which I still have.
It's the same all over again with Blu-ray, except now I like to import even more, with my multiregion equipment. I like a lot of foreign and smaller films, and many times, the best releases can be the country-of-origin ones. I think it's marvelous to be able to collect video releases from different countries, and I now have a Blu-ray and DVD collection that spans five continents and dozens of countries. Of course, space is a concern, but that is a small annoyance in return for having such an incredible collection of tangible cinema-as-discs. And I love them all.
You don't get any of this from a stream. If I woke up tomorrow and streaming was no more, I would be happy.
I would also be happy if Hollywood woke up and saved 35mm film from the brink of extinction, but that's another matter entirely.