He didn't say "everything worthwhile revolves around convenience", you condescending dick. He merely said when it comes to movies, it's far more convenient to stream it than keep a physical disc and player.
Flooding my Internet connection (slow DSL, naturally) so I can't use the connection is convenient?
Or, if I was using a major broadband ISP, is filling up my download cap with streaming data convenient? (I guess it is, or at least it's orthogonal)
Loss of quality is convenient?
Signing up to 5 different services to get a good library is convenient?
Figuring out which of the different services a particular title is hosted on, that's not terribly convenient.
Netflix's app for the Tivo is particularly badly designed -- ridiculously slow, as in there's a multisecond lag for every button press.
Oh, it's only available on blu-ray anyway? That's not convenient. I wanted to watch Better Call Saul season 2 the other night. It's been released on dvd. Netflix has season 1 for streaming only. DVD it is!
Many of these problems are the content companies' fault, and their fights with streaming services. Streaming would be a hell of a lot more convenient if the content companies had no say over who could and could not stream.
I just nab the disc out of the binder, put it in the player, and it plays! Now that's convenient.