I've switched to streaming (renting music) because it's so much more convenient than owning music. I have 1,500 CDs, hundreds of LPs, and 24,000 mp3 files, but I seldom play any of them because streaming is so damn convenient. When streaming becomes the obvious standard that will last, I'll probably get rid of my other forms of music.
I stream through the computer, through my mobile devices, and to my TV and big stereo system via the Roku. I want the streaming services to succeed, pay the artists more, and to improve their software. This is the music payment model I want for now and in the future.
There are many albums I bought as LPs, then as CDs, then as SACDs, or as re-mastered CDs. Ownership isn't that permanent. I'm tired of buying, shelving, backing up files, being a librarian, etc.