So I was given Star Trek Enterprise season one today, and I sat down to watch it and was amused and annoyed at the same time with the shear amount of things that must be opened, sifted through, and kept track of in this set. For those of you who have not seen this unpacked... the outerbox is a high grade (to paramont's credit sturdy) plastic case that pulls appart (with no small amount of force applied to both ends) to reveal a loose slip case set of discs in a tray-book. Both outercase and inner case are shrink wrapped. When you slide the slipcase off, the booklet and paperwork falls off the back. To add insult to injury, the hubs hold onto the discs like a vice grip. I thought I'd break one disc in half getting it out. The case when put togeather is taller and wider across the front than a standard set. But it's star trek and you have to justify the SRP. Anyway... I know a lot of people have been upset with the flimsy plastic used in the Simpsons Season Six head so I thought I'd like to see a discussion about why studeos use complicated packaging, does it really enhance sales, which sets are the most unweildy, and how do you handle storage if the case is unworkable.