I am stacking up on bluray disks for the future. They are good quality, and at the moment their are lots of cheap ones. The quality compared to internet TV/cable is great (actually cable TV is great market for Red Ray). Downloads/Streamed TV is essentially practically worthless to me, compared to what I can own in my own hands.
We should not depend on low density DVD's or downloads, especially considering 3D and 8K. Red should try to get Red Ray incorporated into the Bluray standard, or setup a manufacturer coalition with a parallel standard using the physical BD disks (manufactures would incorporate both into the same machine as an extension, as happened in DVD standards). Red ray does not have to be tied to bluray either, but can be setup to be moved to other future chosen formats as desired by Red. This would actually help BD coalition a lot, even Sony, as they face there own format challenges in increasing disk density and supporting SHD/SHD3D. Imagine also being able to sell old TV seasons on one BD disk in Red ray.