Vinyl seems to be going through a bit of a popular resurgence at the moment, and I imagine CDs will still be pressed for many years to come, so if you want to swear off of streaming you'll be OK.
That being said, I'm planning on going with one of the Bluesound streaming products as the main source for my dedicated 2-channel setup. With Tidal offering CD quality streams as well as the new MQA streams that are better than CD quality, it just makes sense. I'd rather pay $20/month and have access to hundreds of thousands of albums in an instant than pay much more than that buying all of the things I want to listen to every month, and then having to deal with the clutter of storing that physical media.
I'm still in the physical media camp for video, the bandwidth just isn't there yet for streams to match what we can get with UHD Blu-Ray or even regular Blu-Ray in some cases, but for audio the future is here.
HT: Sony 940C, Oppo 203, Harman/Kardon DPR1001, Infinity Interlude IL40 x2, Infinity Interlude IL36C, Infinity MS-1 ii x2, Infinity MSW-1
Computer: Elac Uni-Fi UB5 x2, Elac Element EA101EQ integrated amp, SVS SB-12NSD
Dedicated 2-channel: Infinity Intermezzo 4.1t towers, Bluesound Node 2, Emotiva PT-100, Crown XLS 1502, Furman PL-8C