Just curious if anyone has completely sold off all of their physical media and moved only to streaming. I am up to about 99.9 percent streaming these days and am very tempted to sell off the last of my physical media, which is less than ten records (got rid of the turntable last winter) and a couple of hundred CDs. Almost any cd I own is easily found on the streaming services, and I really can't say they sound much different from streaming on my system. It's not even about much more than clearing clutter in the sense that for me, streaming has been giving me all the music I could want for several years now. I have already gone that route in terms of movies with no regrets, but nostalgia is often an underlying force in my life. I figure not many on an audio forum would want to give up collections that took years to acquire but wondering if there are a few like me who no longer want to keep collecting these items.