As a Canadian completionist subscriber (who also has to pay 1.33 times the price with the exchange rate and then a bit more with adding Canadian shipping to the subscriber price) for this coming year, and the past two years, I do have to admit that I do have a stock pile of unwatched VS releases... but it's not too many (13 titles out of the 176 I currently own and kept). I watch a lot of movies at home, probably 95% of my movie watching is at home (averaging 25 to 40 first-time viewings a month), which a good 70% of that being watching movies I've bought on physical media (be it Blu-ray/DVD/VHS). And on average of that I'm watching probably between 2 to 6 VS titles a month which allows me to keep up with the subscriber package and I actually watch, and want to watch, everything they put out, even when a movie I've seen before and didn't like as I want to see if my opinion has changed and sometimes the restoration itself is worth re-watching. So as to re-watching, I tend to only keep the movies I do plan to re-watch or serves a purpose in my collection since I am a collector, but if it's something I don't ever plan to re-watch after the initial VS viewing it goes up for sale. As to renting and/or streaming, as a Canadian I have even more limited options to rent/stream these titles, if at all, seeing as a lot of Prime or streaming VS titles are not licensed for streaming outside of the US and we don't have Netflix rentals in Canada, only streaming... so for titles I haven't seen before, the physical release is the only way I can see it without resorting to illegal downloads. And honestly, streaming does not really support VS, or any cult film distributor so even if I had the option I'd rather purchase the physical item as the profit from those sales goes to support the company so more titles can be licensed, restored, and released. The royalties for steaming are pennies compared to purchasing a DVD or Blu-ray. While sure, streaming does indeed provide additional revenue it's no where near being a solely viable option for the continuation of cult film preservation, which is also why I'm a subscriber - to support the preservation of forgotten to most films/films studios would never touch or re-release, whether I like them or not. And that I'm a collector first and foremost. And the biggest factor is physical media allows me to recoup my investment if it's a title I don't want to keep, which I can't do with streaming or renting. Especially since I'm not located in the US it's a lot harder for me to get these titles at an affordable price, and again usually can only see them on physical media, and so the subscriber package allows me to get them for an average of $20 CAD shipped with the website exclusive slipcovers, where as most of these if I bought them individually would cost me $30 for the standard releases to upwards of $50 CAD each with shipping especially if I wanted the limited slipcover versions. And for titles I've sold after, on average I've been able to sell them for 1.5x what they cost me since they retain their value, and if they go OOP I've been able to make 3 to 4x that so being a subscriber really pays for itself. So being a subscriber is not only economical for me personally, but it ensures the continuation of VS and their work.