09-02-2005, 11:43 PM
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dvd storage solutions?
I am currently using dvd binders to store my dvd's in but seems that over time getting them in and out the sleeves scratches the discs up. I would like to organize my collection alphabetically and be able to add others later in order. How does eveyrbody store there dvd's and what would be best and cheapest solution to organize my collection?

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I use DVD cases for about half my collection. Complete with artwork. I take advantage of small cases that store many discs. The single-sized 4-disc cases, and the 1" thick 6-disc (7 with add a page insert) cases, for example.

And then everything not in a case I stack on a spindle. Discs on spindles tend to be ones that are either not my favorites and/or are in low demand.

Wallets do scratch discs, good idea to change.

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