Well, I was surprised to see DVDSpot shutting down.
I must have had a psychic moment a little while back though, as I started transferring my collection (now at 700+ titles) over to DVDPedia
on my shiny new iMac. (Recently converted to Mac after many years of being a loyal PC tech and sysadmin.)
I started doing the transfer a few weeks back,in my spare time, and just finished last night. (Oddly, just shortly after DVDSpot made the announcement. What are the odds?)
Anyway, great program, iSight camera can scan barcodes and lots of nice features. Plus it works with it's brother program, PocketPedia for the iPhone. (Also recently acquired!) So I have my collection on me at all times. No more "do we have this?"
(Actually, I only found out about this program BECAUSE of PocketPedia. Discovered it while looking for goodies for the new iPhone.)
So far, I love the program, especially since it can generate web pages for your collection, and track borrowed DVDs easily. Heck, it even sends out automated return-reminders to folks that have borrowed a disk, if you want it to. The only thing it doesn't do well is track the number of individual titles. (So a box-set of three movies is only counted as one entry, not three.)
I'll miss DVDSpot... it's been great for years now. However, I'm sure happy with my new discovery. Mac users, check it out.
Sorry if this sounds like a commercial for Apple at all.