Rule number one of the internet: there's never a reason NOT to be an asshole. Latest example I've witnessed just now: some douche who thinks physical copies of video games are outdated to the point where anyone who still buys them that way is "holding gaming back". (That choice of words suggests one of those intolerably stuck-up PC gamers who are keeping consoles alive simply by virtue of no one sane wanting to associate themselves with them in any way.) Well excuse me if I like having something tangible in my hands rather than a bunch of zeroes and ones on a hard drive. Also very convenient in case of console malfunction or other annoyances of the sort, at least you don't lose everything. Did I mention I have a download quota of 65 GB per month? These days even one digital game would make a huge chunk of that vanish.
Yes, I'm well aware digital download is also very convenient in other ways, especially when it comes to services like Steam. Or games that have an embarrassingly low amount of physical copies made - let's hope Xenoblade is the last of its kind to command such enormous prices on the used market. But to belittle people who like having hard copies? That's just stupid.
Edit: Case in point. I'm downloading Arkham City right now. 17 GB. That's a quarter of my download quota gone right there. Fortunately I never get anywhere close to it unless a TSG week-long marathon is involved, but just downloading two such games in the same month could get me right around 65 GB.