For me, it's always been a war for shelf space between my books and my discs. When I downsized to apartment living, I moved all of my movie DVDs to binders and boxed up all of the cases in my parents' attic because there just wouldn't have been enough wall surfaces for all of the book cases necessary. Since then, my Blu-Ray movies and and TV on DVD/Blu-Ray have been scattered across my various living quarters wherever I could find room. Recently, I ran out of space for my paperbacks on my bookshelves, so that necessitated a new location for my TV on disc collection. I had two tall-ish, narrow media cases I'd built with my father when I first started collecting DVDs circa 2001 or so. My purchasing rate for Blu-Ray has been much slower than my purchasing rate was for DVD, so they still held the bulk of my movies. I had about three feet of available wall space in my current living room, so I decided to build a roughly three-foot-wide media bookcase with the same height and shelf spacing as my two existing narrow media cases. Those were built out of pine, but since this is so much wider I decided to build it out of red oak. Now for the first time in a long time, my entire video collection (except for all of the DVD movies in binders) is one place again: I'm pretty happy with how it turned out. Unfortunately, as you can see, I'm going to be out of space again probably by the end of the year.