This subject has probably been covered, in some manner or another, about 249 times before ..... but I thought I'd re-address it. I know a lot of you out there in HT-land LOATHE with a proverbial passion those terrible/hideous/useless/flimsy Warner snapper cases. I realize that in other countries, WB has stopped using these cases, in favor of the preferred keepcases. But what about here in the USA? When do we get "keeps" over "snaps" in the U.S.? BTW .... I'm not a huge fan of the WB snappers, but they don't really bother me all that much either (except when you get a damaged one in the mail .... now THAT does tick me off!!). POLL [I'll keep score]: Do you like snappers or hate/dislike them? On the same subject matter: When you snapper-haters create your own slicks for a keepcase, do most of you replicate the ENTIRE case, including the scene selection listing (which is almost always on the inside of the front cardboard cover)? Do you then treat this extra material [that won't fit on the slick] as an enclosure, placing it under the clips on a new Amaray? And what about snappers that have even MORE info on them (i.e.: Wizard of Oz), with an additional panel full of info?? Do you copy all of this printed matter....Or are most of you satisfied with just the front and back covers? I'm just curious as to how you guys are handling this. (I know I'd want ALL the material reproduced.) Thanks.