Option C: Usenet. Hear me out before you all jump on me for being a filthy pirate. A while ago I decided to start archiving our DVDs & blurays to hard disk and put the originals away in a cupboard. It saves on space in the lounge and keeps the discs in good nick. I still want the originals, because the quality is better and there's a lot of stuff like extra features and the like, but it's more convenient to have a fully digital library. I started ripping every disc one by one and after about a day I totally gave up on it. So I got my server set up with Sonarr, Couch Potato, SABnzbd, and fed in the names of all our TV series & films that we have on disc. A few days later and it was all done (minus a few stragglers here and there, and the occasional glitchy download that had to be re-done). SO much easier than manually ripping/converting and manually importing metadata. Of course, should I be so inclined it does make it extremely easy to pirate films & TV shows, but the main draw for me was that there was no way in hell I was ripping all our discs myself. We don't even have that big a library and I was sick of doing after just one day.