I just spent a tortuous half-hour extracting my three Fawlty Towers DVDs from their package. Rather than give each disc its own keepcase, BBC and Warner put them in a booklet with transparent plastic and utterly inflexible spindles. Putting the package on everything from tables to carpet to blankets, I pushed down on the spindles and the accursed things would not release the discs. The centre of the knobs said push, but doing so had no effect on the grip-of-death spindles. So, had to completely destroy the package to get at the discs and put them in Alpha keepcases and in the process subjected the discs to pressure that, I hope, did no serious short-term or long-term damage. It's the most user-unfriendly case I've ever come across, and I never, never want to see it again. I'll even go so far in future to boycott any product known to use such an abomination.