I'm getting a bit fed up with companies releasing multi-disc sets that contain more than one DVD5. I understand why they do it ("hey, it's a umpteen-disc set"!) but as a consumer, I think it's pretty underhand, especially if I'm being asked to pay, for example, three-disc prices for what should have been a two-disc set. I also know that using two DVD5s offers very slightly more capacity than using a DVD9, but this is rarely the real reason why a company splits material over more than one disc. So, am I the only person bothered by this? Could we do anything to stamp it out (other than naming and shaming the products concerned)?