I buy my video games digitally whenever possible. Games are rarely more than a disk in a box, neither of which is particularly attractive nor offers anything I'd miss by going digital. DRM can be a bit prickly but mostly it's good enough for me to not notice or be bothered by its demands. I did buy the Collector's Edition of BioShock 2, though, because it came with a book and other stuff I'd like to touch.
All my books are proper books. Beyond the fact that eReaders aren't as good as paper yet, I love the physicality of books. I like their look, their feel, their sound and their smell. I buy my music in physical formats when possible too, though lately I'm buying far more vinyl than CDs. CDs may as well be MP3s for all I care, sterile little discs, but, again, there's a great physical interaction with vinyl in the sleeves and the player.
My point is that we should halt all technological progress until I am brought in to vet it all personally with an extensive testing procedure of sensual interactions. All which fail to meet my standards shall be smashed. Should I disapprove of purely digital doodads, then we will be forced to crush and burn all computers. It's a small price to pay.