Regarding physical releases versus streaming: There are some artists of whom I am a life-long fan and that’s Genesis and Pink Floyd, including most solo careers. Since I have been a fan for 31 years I’m pretty sure I will want to listen to this music for some more decades. A streaming service will always be a temporary tool to access music. Albums and maybe even entire artist discographies may appear and disappear arbitrarily. For that reason I always buy physical releases, because then I will definitely have it in my collection for future listening. However, everytime I buy a CD I immediately put it in my computer to produce MP3s of it. My computer is my jukebox and my CD shelf is my archive.
When it comes to this BBC box set, I will have to look through my collection of Genesis bootlegs on CD. If I have most of the material in reasonably good quality I might skip this box set.
Of course there are alternatives to buying physical releases. Tony's A Chord Too Far box set is ridiculously overpriced, but luckily the few box-only tracks were available on Youtube which made it possible to download them and file them into my digital archive.
I chose my nickname a long time ago on a former forum, more than 15 years ago. I like the song “Anything Now” and by that time I wanted the band to release anything now. However, looking at this release I would rather prefer something substantial now.