As the topic says, I've recently been working on collecting games of this generation when they release GOTY or Ultimate/Collector's Editions with all (or most) of their DLC on a dedicated disc or on the regular disc. It honestly popped into my head when I was discussing the future of games of this generation and what will happen when their servers are completely shut down (where will the DLC go?), that spawned into the concept of not truly owning DLC as once it's taken down, you cannot redownload it in most cases. I'll purchase DLC for a game I like but when the GOTY/Ultimate/Collector's edition is released, I try to buy it ASAP so I have all that DLC on disc for posterity's sake (and since my connection is crappy downloading stuff takes FOREVER). Case in point: Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. I have both the regular vanilla version released for the 360 along with the GOTY edition and digital copies of all the DLC. I like to believe my little contribution helps the developer but I'm also sad to hear that one day, those servers will be shut down and the only way to experience some DLC will be from the discs or from people who saved DLC on their HDDs just in case.
So what I'm curious to know, am I alone in this feeling?