iTunes Video Story is expensive but convenient when you're in the Apple Ecosystem. The content is accessible via iOS, Apple TV and your Mac. You don't need to store it on a NAS system and can access it from everywhere. The season passes are also very handy. However does anyone else worry about purchasing content on the store that you would want to keep around long-term? 'Box Sets' of TV Shows for example? I worry about Apple or the content provider pulling content from the store and it no longer being available, I worry about trapping myself into the ecosystem that I would refrain from getting an Android device because it wouldn't play 'my' collection. I hate iTunes and it's a rubbish program for me to use to play videos on a Windows PC when I do use one. The dream scenario is Apple remove DRM from the videos as they did with music all those years ago. The more realistic scenario is Apple eventually split Music and Video into their own, separate, applications accessible on Android, Mac, Windows and so on with much lighter clients so we can access our content in more places more easily. Compare Spotify to Apple Music on the desktop and you'll see what I mean. Although that still leaves the risk the content gets pulled. Anyway I want to know your thoughts to help better inform my own. Are you building a large iTunes collection or do you also worry about the ecosystem?