I thought some of you guys might like what my latest project for my budding home theater was. I recently purchased the new Sony 400 disc DVD changer, and my biggest complaint was that choosing a new dvd could take a looooong time because scrolling through their on-screen menu is hideously slow. I got the idea to list all of the movies and their slot number so that you could just flip through the pages and find the movie. That was all fine and dandy, but I was like "You know, and index page is boring, not to mention I have to reprint the index every time I add a new movie" and my index page turned out to be 5 pages long. So, I was thinking "I'll do one movie per page, print them out on nice paper, put them in those heavyweight sheet protectors, and then put them all into a nice three ring binder. Each of these sheets would have a picture of the DVD cover, a synopsis, the cast list, and random information about the DVD (running time, rating, sound encoding, etc) Now, I have around 300 DVDs already, so this was a big undertaking. I started doing it, and it took me about 2 minutes per DVD to do each sheet just to get the information and save them off. I printed them up using the color laser printer and the quality turned out incredible. The first thing you see when you open the binder is the cover page that I created for it. I named my theater "The Jonny 5" so I had to put that in there somewhere, so I came up with this: www dot joshmeier dot com/pics/TheJohnnyFive.png Then you see the basic text index which I only update after I have got 10 new dvds as it is 5 pages to print, and the matte white photopaper that I got isn't THAT cheap. Then you start seeing my real pride and joy, the actual cards. I have included 2 samples below so that you can see what they look like: www DOT joshmeier DOT com/pics/Apollo13.png www DOT joshmeier DOT com/pics/ResidentEvil.png As you can see these are nicely laid out, the information is all easily accesible. The entire project cost me about $100 + ink.. $45 for the paper $45 for the sheet protectors $10 for the 3" binder with a zipper I will try to get some digital pictures taken of the finished product, but I need to borrow a friends camera. Overall I am VERY pleased with the results and would do it again in a heartbeat. If anybody in interested I can post the specific directions, Publisher template, and fonts used.