Good question! We are in the same boat and have just started entertaining the idea of a DVD ourselves.
CD's are great for selling at live shows. mp3 download cards are also pretty handy too. There seems to be quite a mix of people who prefer CD's over mp3 and visa versa. I myself prefer the mp3 download cards, less to lug around you know, however I'll keep hauling those CD's around because some people still like something tangible in their hands. Also, you have to pay taxes on CD's.
But something new is up -- just got a new computer and discovered no CD/DVD drive... what do you think the future of discs will be -- digital downloads instead of discs?
Would you say our audience for kids music would rather download mp3s or videos rather than buy physical discs?
What do you sell more of: downloads or discs?
Or finally do you think people love to buy vinyl because it's in right now and get codes for downloads on the vinyl cover? Somehow I think this is more of a trend for popular music rather than kindie artists. In the kindie music world I think everything is different as far as music trends go but what do you think?
Yes, this is interesting. My newest computer didn't come with a CD/DVD drive either. Looks like the future is on-demand streaming?