I have around 130 bought DVD's and at least another 1300 burned movies(from Netflix rentals), though It could really be a few hundred more. I lost count.
I keep them in those large DVD binders, I categorize each binder A-Z. I really need to number each binder and make spreadsheets of what is in them. Maybe one day I'll do it and post my collection.
I've recently slowed by burning though, as I rarely dig into the folders and watch something, at most, a few times a year. Seems like a waste of space and money, even though I pay about $20.00 for a hundred blank disc.
I used to have 50-60 VHS films, sold the them years ago in a yard sale. Only one I keep was The Little Mermaid, as it has the original cover art with the hidden dildo in the castle spires, might be worth something some day.
I know this is an old post but I feel I have to comment on it.
Industries like this don't look after the minority that don't use computers. Look at the digital conversion television just made. If you don't have an HD-TV, satellite, or digital cable, you're screwed. Uproars didn't change anything. The industry will, without second thought, change drastically, ignoring the minority as long as its sure the majority will bite.
Plus, the industry is looking into cable-type boxes with hard drives with the sole purpose of downloading movies. So computer-use will make no difference.
I don't think we will have that problem anyway. Physical purchases will be around for a long long long long time. They are even still releasing music on records/lps. Can get the latest bands/music on records.