Why does Warner Bros. continue to distribute their animated titles in this unfavorable format when it's been known and stated countlessly that such is unwelcome amongst their consumer support and we've finally apparently surpassed this primitive form of packaging in the live-action class... Does Warners Bros. really assume that this is all just "kiddy crap" and therefore presentation and efficiency isn't needed because the children won't notice eitherway or care, if they do? Let's take a look at the couple of sales WB has lost from this customer in recent and coming months... It's one thing when it's individual compilation issues/episodes of a certain series already made available i.e. Scooby-Doo, etc. but who does Warner Bros. assume really purchases this stuff?? Let's face it, these are nostalgia releases. Rankin-Bass, Rainbow Brite, etc... The people buying these DVD's are college/university students, people in their early to mid-20's... adults! Yes, the same people who spent the last 4+ years complaining to Warner Bros. about their cheap shoddy case packaging, and yet for some odd reason, WB continues to pull this crap with a number of releases marketed to what they assume to be a different consumer base. Wrong! I just want to let you know that it is NOT appreciated, and I will continue to not support this tactic by not buying any of these releases as a result. I know, I miss out. So be it I guess. If this message gets through, please stop. I have no other complaints / criticisms to offer in regards to your DVD productions, but it's really dissapointing and frustrating. I thought we were past this by now.