This is one of those subjects that you might not often think about. But, when you go to a store and the only way to look at DVD titles is by achingly bending your body and neck to accomodate a 90 degree angle because the store in question only displays their DVD's with the spines visible, it suddenly might dawn on you that there's got to be a better way of displaying DVD's without seeing a chiropractor. Space in stores is a shrinking luxury. You might not think it, but with the ever-increasing amount of titles available and the fact that perhaps the store might be offering other goods other than DVD's, like stereo equipment, computer goods, washing machines, etc, puts DVD displays at a disadvantage. The end result: frustrated consumers like myself that simply don't feel or have the time to plow through each and every title, visually or physically. At any rate I'm just putting this out there. How many times have you been frustrated by the way stores display DVD's? What do you think could have been done to improve the DVD shopping experience, display-wise? Are there any stores you feel have the perfect setup or for that matter the worst?