I've noticed that the demise of Ultraviolet has completely changed the way I purchase movies. I have both a Premiere and an Encore system with CoStar. Being able to stream while on the road is extremely important to me. In the past, if a UV release for a movie was available, I bought it on the K Store because I have no use for disks. Since UV went away, I haven't bought a single movie from the K Store (other than 4K upgrades of things I already have in HD). Buying a 4K disk from Amazon is usually cheaper or the same as the K Store version and I get more: a blu ray I can put on my Premiere system and the ability to stream anywhere, often in 4K. If HD quality isn't good enough, I can pop the 4K disk in my rarely used Oppo. I want to be disk free and get all the great K features, and I'm not averse to the high cost of K ownership, but it looks to me that the current situation basically gives less for more money and no one wants to do that.