I really, REALLY hate those "lock-tabs" on the sides of keep cases that Universal and Paramount have been using lately. Exactly what is the freakin' point? Is it some anti-theft measure? If it is it's a really crappy one; takes longer to peel off the sticky plastic than it does to flip open a couple of tabs. I know you can easily snap them off, but then it just looks ugly. It's really too bad, because Universal finally got rid of those awful keep cases they originally used (the one where the spokes on the center hubs broke off easily and the outer plastic would crinkle and warp) and switched over to cases similar to the ones Warner and MGM use. Now they've apparently decided to be their usual jackass selves and switch to these damn lock-tabs. Just who the hell comes up with all these ridiculous designs for keep cases (not to mention those center hubs, GOOD GOD!)? Can't we just have a universal keep case? I would nominate the ones Warner and MGM uses; easy to open, no ultra-fancy ridiculous center hub, they're soft so they don't scratch the disc, and the outer clear plastic rarely crinkles or warps. P.S. Why do some studios like to melt the shrink-wrap on to the spine? I hate it when it leaves its residue behind after you peel it off.