If I order a CD off of Amazon a lot of the times it's CHEAPER than buying the MP3 album - and it comes with the MP3 album already ripped as a bonus. If it weren't for the fact I like to rip my disk to ogg I could put the CD in the box unopened and it would be cheaper than buying the digital album. Yes I realize I could convert the MP3s to ogg, don't lose site of what I'm doing here.
I buy my movies mostly on BluRay, when I buy a DVD I usually buy them from a super cheap bargain bin for $3 each. I rip them and put them on my media server. I don't have to worry about bandwidth caps or my unreliable cable connection to watch movies I bought that way. I have a toddler, on weekdays my TV pretty much plays Looney Tunes, Tom & Jerry, and Popeye non-stop. I would rather play it all off of that hard drive that I filled up off of my legally purchased DVD's than have the bad karma or pirating. (even though half or more of that is in the public domain - the restored versions are worth a few bucks)
Yes I Netflix and Amazon Prime. I don't trust all of these companies to be perpetually available, and I don't trust the gestapo not to take over the Internet.