A couple of guys here at HEXUS HQ are looking forward to getting their hands on Sky Q next year, but there are just as many who couldn't fathom spending such amounts on TV.
Costs can vary wildly, and with the advent of digital distribution, it could be argued that many are less aware of how much they actually spend. After all, it's not like we go the DVD rental shop these days to hand over cold hard cash - it tends to be a click of the button and your money gets whisked away automagically.
So it made us wonder, when you factor in all the TV, movies, music and games that we consume, how much are we shelling out, on average, each month?
Doing a quick back-of-the-envelope calculation, my personal estimate for the year works out to about £20 per month. That includes the annual TV License (£145.50), Netflix (£5.99) and a yearly Xbox Live subscription (£20).
I can't remember the last time I purchased a CD - Spotify's free package is proving sufficient, though I am tempted by the premium option - and the last game I bought was Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on Xbox One, which came out last year. I've also given up on buying Blu-rays due to the inability to skip ads - yep, I am that stubborn.
I suspect my spend is considerably lower than the average, but let's find out. Factoring in TV, movies, games and music, how much do you reckon you spend each month on digital entertainment? Let us know using the comments facility below.