So if you listen to two complete albums every single day, you'll have heard all of them once just short of 32 years from now. At least if they are digital files it isn't like friends I had with that many LP records. Not a huge physical storage problem.
Yeah. I need now to focus on lifespan extension.
Now, talking seriously, complete editions make quickly a big part of the collection. It is not that, for instance, I will start listening to the BACH 2000 disc by disc, for instance, it is rather more like a library for consultation.
Also, on a completely unrelated matter, in Germany it is legal to make up to five copies of physical media, even circumventing copy protection mechanisms, for close friends and relatives. This would allow a small group of close friends to pool their collections and serve as additional backups. This is for purely informational purposes, and does not represent actual situations.