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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Dan Joy, Jan 6, 2003.
[rant]Yes, there can't be a worse way to package music software![/rant]
My vote goes to the Digipack. I despise any form of cardboard disposable packaging even more then packaging you would consider non-standard.
Ironically, DVD-As were originally packaged in CD-sized jewel cases. They can still be found sitting on shelves now and then.
IMO, going with the big cases is understandable, as they probably wanted to differentiate between the a DVD-A and a CD, but I don't like it.
I really don't have any problems with these Super Jewel Case!
They are very easy to handle and I like it that way.
The CD Jewel box sized SACD ones are just as bad. As are the space wasting pre-recorded MiniDisc cases. What happens when I break one?
My biggest complaint regarding the DVD-Audio cases is that they are too big to fit in my CD music racks.
Eh, I like 'em. They have a nice solid feel to them and seem to be more durable than the more flimsy CD cases. I'm sure my opinion would be different if I was having storage problems.
If I hadn't put an extra inch or two of headroom in the custom CD shelves I built several years ago, I'd hate them. But as it stands, I like their extra "presence."
But then, I'm still grieving the loss of the 12" album sleeve.
I scan my DVD-Audio booklet & back covers and reformat them to print out for regular DVD keepcases.