I have had storage problems with my ever expanding collection of DVDs. I originally bought a wooden holder. That quickly filled up. I eventually ended up with six of these before my local Suncoast stopped carrying them. I then cleared out all of my CD's out of a holder to put my New Line and Warner Discs in a separate area (keeping Snappers separate from the keep cases). The collection got out of hand as shown in my first picture. As you can see, this situation will not do. Every single storage solution I found presented one or two problems. The first problem was cost. I could not justify paying $600 and up on a storage solution. I'm in college, I can't afford to pay the equivalent of 30 DVDs on storing them! The second problem is that I have vaulted ceilings in my room and therefore am restrained by height restrictions. I purchased a Sony 10HT last summer and I made the screen out of PVC pipe. One morning I woke up and decided that PVC was my solution. I ran to Home Depot and bought some fittings and pipe. Made a prototype and decided it was feasible. Introducing the Smalley 700 Series Shelving Unit! The final result is actually a third revision. I needed to add that center divider for both structural and aesthetic purposes. The entire unit cost a little under $60 to build. I'm actually quite proud of it. I even made a second smaller unit to hold the Warner Bros. and New Line titles from my other unit. Here they are together. You can get a glimpse of my screen at the far end near my televison. The large unit has 6 feet 2 inches of storage per shelf. The smaller unit is 3 feet 1 inch of storage per shelf. The smaller design is easily modified to convert it into a larger model in the future when I need more space!