@vinone: just wanted to sincerely no bullshit no snark applaud you, as you seem imo to be one of the more level headed open minded pro digital people on this forum that ive seen, as you do get where the anti drm side is coming from. more digital users could definitely be more like you.
and to answer your question, its probably hard to believe im being selfless about it cause its the internet after all, but ultimately its the fear of change i guess, its more the removal of stuff like used games and rentals which there are an underestimated sizeable userbase that uses these utilities (i use gamefly and redbox a lot also.) and then having no gurantee of getting utilities just as good once im funneled into Microsoft's closed platform, if these utilities were replicated but in digital form (give the user a form of a % of credit for their game after parting with that license after X amount of time, and then just do digital rentals) then the digital route would be more inviting.
so a question i have for you, what do you think about this? (there is a post that i linked that users made an argument that this was where things were heading all the time) http://www.giantbomb.com/xbox-one/3045-145/forums/the-family-share-feature-was-basically-a-lie-all-a-1441816/#32 regardless of if its true or false, it ultimately seems like something microsoft would never fully admit to users now., but lets just entertain the idea that at gamescom they announced this stuff that the family plan was essentially a glorified timed demo, what would you think of the xbox one then? (i know it hard to believe, but im not looking to provoke console war arguments, just looking for a general reaction from the pro digital user)