It seems like a few months ago many were lamenting the demise of the DVD insert, which most feel was eliminated as a cost-savings measure by the studios. Yet now, the new trend seems to be to release every new major title with a laminated, metallic-embossed outer cardboard sleeve over the keepcase. You can't tell me that basic inserts cost more than these fancy sleeves. At least the inserts provided some useful or interesting information regarding chapter lists, production notes, and/or cast lists. The vast majority of these sleeves seem to merely replicate the keepcase cover. Since they are basically redundant, and an extra piece of material to deal with when trying to get to the actual DVD, do most HTFers throw out the sleeves or keep them? I'm on the verge of just tossing them in the trash when I get them home since I have several instances of the sleeve lying in one place and the keepcase is in another. It's just extra clutter in my home that I really don't need. Not environmentally-friendly either, I'd imagine, all that laminated, metallic cardboard being tossing them in the trash. At least the inserts would generally stay inside the keepcase, out of sight and out of the landfill. Bottom line, I'd rather they take the money they're spending on sleeves and give us back nice informative inserts. to the sleeve trend.