We've been known to track down new, sealed copies of DVDs that are currently in the vault on e-bay for not much more than we'd pay in the store. (If you're careful and check seller ratings, you can get some really good deals on out-of-production and difficult-to-find toys, too. My boys love watching youtube videos of their favorite fandoms, and we've had some weird requests for things like Thomas the Train toys that were only sold in Japan, etc.) There was also a pretty long stint in which our youngest became known as the "DiscDestroyer" because if it was a movie he liked, you can bet your butt that he'd break the disc eventually. It killed me when Disney discontinued their replacement DVD program.And how right they were. However, the vault still exists for a core group of films, even with online retail being so big now. My married friends just borrowed my Aladdin blu-ray, and a coworker has possible dibs on it, because the online prices are so expensive (which is also why I got a new copy of the Lion King. Has to do it now before it disappeared for 5 years.