Analog or Digital and why?

Computers don't make very good guitars. Back in the 90's the debate raged with digital people saying one day digital will get so good, records will become obsolete. Well it's 25 years later and, well the digital thing never happened and analog never sounded better. However you got to remorgage your house. And buy records. 
When CD's first came out, there was a disclaimer stating the crappy sound is the result of the crappy analog source. The discs had AAD printed on them that stood for analog/analog/digital. The only full DDD discs were classical recordings. So maybe a lot of you guys don't remember the bad old days of early CD's. You're very lucky to have the good sounding digital recordings of today. No one had cell phones or GPS either. Or computers...
I have a lot of CD's (3000+) and a lot of Vinyl (2000+) albums. Like them both and play them both...a lot.
Digital because streaming changes the equation--the access to virtually all recorded music outweighs the obsession of optimizing your private, itty-bitty percentage of the whole.. And streaming/DAC's have evolved to phenomenal performance.
+1 @electroslacker

this is what shifts the balance massively towards digital

truly the world’s music collection at your fingertips, especially new music ... so even if digital reproduction sq is 1-2 percent less good sounding than analog (not debating this point here, it is such a pointless debate)... to hear, sample, experience any and all recommended and heretofore unknown music to me is such a huge upgrade in the whole enjoyment factor and happiness!

don’t get me wrong, i love my tt/cart/phono stage i have poured so much time and money into it to make it sound great... but digital streaming is just da bomb... sooo much fun  :)
What’s this either/or crapola?
Too much like religion or politics.
Bloody useless except for power mad sociopaths.

Besides it’s not the components as much as the recordings.
It's the sum total of program possible to acquire or have access to any time.
And the ease of playback.

If I SHOULD spend a proper ratio of $$ on analog vs digital, I've already spent too much for the volume of recordings available.
And that ratio is diminishing daily.