I second Criterion Collection stuff. I had LDs back in the day with all the features that DVDs had when they came in in 1996 and wiped out laserdiscs (menus, multiple audio tracks, alternate endings etc), and CAV LDs that held 50,000 still images (e.g. moon landings and Voyager)- where are the DVDs of that??
Re music, I love physical media, and have most formats back to music boxes and pianola rolls. Scott Joplin died in 1917, with his wonderful ragtime popularised in The Sting movie. I have pianola recordings of him playing his tunes, which I can play back on a 1920s piano. Match that with streaming! Phonograph cylinders were excellent, and (really) old stuff is not available to stream. 78s are great too, and I love going to record fairs where everything is pre-vinyl Before 78s were formats like Pathe's 100rpm play from the inside out vertical grooved records. heh. (That was phased out in 1912). What I'm saying is- iTunes and streaming have MASSIVE GAPS in their catalogues that only analogue can fill.
As for streaming, I do that too (I guess no-one is daring to mention torrenting), and had Tidal for a year but it's overpriced @ £19.99 per month here. Spotify Premium @ 320kbps is a reasonable compromise for me on every device that can run an app. But really until lossless streaming is mainstream I don't accept that streaming has taken over (quality-wise) from (lossless) CD. I also like to own stuff, not have a 'list' that can be erased instantly and is DRMd. Back to torrenting, heh.
It's interesting that we had 20 years of crap quality digital audio and video, and only now has lossless and UHD matched the best analogue. Well, apart from IMAX and studio mastertapes Magnetic tape dates back to 1928.
8-track was disappointing though. Not great quality in the way vinyl remains.
IMO the streaming companies need to re-invent the art package that analogue was able to deliver (vinyl, CD in a smaller form). Provide a VR experience or somesuch e.g. re-create Freddie Mercury like Peter Cushing was in Star Wars, and then they have moved the industry forwards. I'm sure Viveport would be happy to collaborate, or PSVR. Is Oculus Rift dead now?
I'll stop rambling now