I am very, very skeptical about Walmart's new "disc to digital" service, where you pay money to convert your old DVDs into files you can access from the cloud.
Who wants to haul their discs to a store - and take out their credit card - to do something that should work at home, for free?
BTIG Research's Rich Greenfield has the same take, more or less. But Greenfield has actually gone ahead and tried the service out (registration required), and he thinks the experience itself is ... really good:
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