I agree. At about $35 per TB (that's a good price) then a 25GB rip (most rips are not 30GB, but seems like modern movies with higher FPS are now taking more and more space)
$35 per TB = $3.5 per 100GB, which is .035 per GB. So a 25GB rip costs you about .875.
Or 4 rips for under $4 for plain old speak. At a $1 a rip it's not a big deal the cost of storage until you get into the mega sized collections, or 50TB+ capacity servers... then the difference in cost of parity vs duplicity can be quite significant.
"Too much is almost enough. Anything in life worth doing is worth overdoing. Moderation is for cowards."