When DVD was first developed, why didn't the different companies decide on one 'official' kind of case? It seems that right now most people prefer the plastic keep-cases. If this was first decided upon by all companies that keep cases would be the only official cases for all DVD's released then we wouldn't have to put up with some of worst ideas in packaging. No Warner snappers, No Jewel Cases, No Jewel Cases slipped in an outer paper sleeve, No cases where the DVD is kept on a plastic holder attached to a paper sleeve, No paper sleeves at all. Keep cases will most likely out last these paper sleeve or snappers even in the best cared for situations. For instance it seems that most people dislike the Pearl Harbor Vista Series packaging, especially in regards to how the discs are stored, wouldn't two keep cases ( one for the 2 discs of the movie, then another for the 2 discs of extras). Unless there is a 4-disc Keep case available. I know some of you will say that the movie is the important thing. And I totally agree, but the package is also an important part. In the long term does anybody think that any of the paper sleeve cases will outlast the plastic keep cases? And I don't think I am being a nit-pick. After spending quite a bit so far on DVD's, I want everything that I bought to last and that includes the packaging.