Isn't that fun Elijah! I have a friend who is using his DVD Profiler with his Media Center PC such that he is storing his DVDs on hard drives and saving the original discs and cases in storage to save space. I would love to be able to do that as well, but the size of my collection and the limits of today's PC's wont make it worth the effort. As to your question about unique ways of using databases, DVD Profiler does allow you to make customized reports which include coffee-table style books, binder pages, etc. You can also export your database in various formats, including Excel's spreadsheet form.