Hi, everyone. I posted this in the HT Software forum, but I can't seem to get an answer, so I thought I'd post it here as well. I have several of Case Logic's 200 disc CD notebooks. They've always seemed to be quality products to me. I had a CD notebook in the past that damaged some of my CDs, but I had never noticed a Case Logic one doing it. Lately, I've been noticing some small places on some of my CDs that look like the metal or whatever inside the CD has eroded or something. It seems to be kind of inside the CD if that's possible. Does anyone here know what this may be? Has anyone here had instances of Case Logic CD notebooks damaging his/her collection? These notebooks are very convenient, but if there is a history of them damaging CDs, I will be disposing of them immediately. I have too much money invested in my music collection to throw it away. Like I said, I've already had nearly 150 CDs damaged from another brand of notebook (got some kind of abrasion or something on the outer edges from some plastic stuff that the CD surface was exposed to, and about the last two tracks won't play on each one without serious skipping; if anyone has any idea of how to get rid of this, please, for God's sake, tell me), and I'm not interested in having it done again.