That's exactly what he was saying. He showed the cost differences in streaming vs buying and storing your own content. Streaming won out cost wise, but with caveats such as limited time availability, poor content quality, etc. In the end, it boils down to personal expectations and desires. I only have Prime video that I get as a Prime member, there may or may not be a more expensive version. I rarely use it. Using Kodi add-ons, I have youtube streaming and PlutoTV as well as all my own audio/video content. SamsungTV also came with my new tv and we have an OTA antenna. We have more entertainment than we know what to do with. I saw the other day on the news that many Americans are dropping streaming services so they can afford food and fuel. If that trend continues, streaming may just disappear without a customer base, along with many other businesses.