I own about 500-600 DVDs and up until this point, I've been storing them in CD/DVD binders (not unlike Amazon.com: Case Logic Nylon 336-Disc CD Wallet (Black): Electronics ). I've recently discovered, however, that these binders, though extremely convenient, as I like to take them with me places, can be potentially very damaging to the discs. I experienced this first hand with the "smudges" they cause after a few years that won't clean off, and with some disc skipping on discs that previously had not skipped. After doing some research, I've decided to purchase 600 Amaray cases to keep my discs in from now on, as those appear to be generally considered as the best storage for DVDs in terms of safety. I'm going to be buying from U.S. Plastic Corp, as they appear to be one of the only retailers out there that sells at a decent price, and I've also heard of others buying from there before, so they seem trustworthy enough. I have a bit of a dilemma though. According to this page (Simplistix Plus | Caring For Your CD's & DVD's For Longer Life) and several others, the standard Amaray case (Amaray® Premium Single and Double DVD Cases - US Plastic Corporation) is the way to go. There's a newer Amaray II model, however, which claims to be even better for discs (United States Plastic Corporation ®, and is actually a few cents cheaper (which will save me about $20 in the long run). Can anyone vouch for which has the better safety? Has anyone used these cases? Also, if there are any further suggestions as to my solution, I'm all ears... this is going to be quite the investment, and I want to make sure I do it right. I didn't spend a few grand on DVDs that I love only to have them crap out after a few years due to shoddy storage. Thanks!