I am the type of person who has to rid my collection of any movie once viewed that I don’t care for. I don’t want it on my shelf and will sell it for any amount of money just to get rid of it. Most movies that I buy I have seen but there are a few that I get on sale that are my first viewing. I want my collection to represent the films that I enjoy and if I should drop dead it will. Here are my steps for removal of movies in my current collection. 1.Print a report from DVD profiler with all titles I own 2.Highlight movies that upon reflection look suspect or are receiving upgrades 3.Place highlighted dvd’s into a segregated area on my shelf labeled pending 4.Re watch pending movie or movies to determine whether I still enjoy 5.If I still enjoy and no upgrade available put back on main shelf 6.If I don’t like see step 8. 7.If an upgrade, wait for favorable reviews on enhancements and if positive see step 8 if not put back onto main shelf. 8.Sell DVD’s to local buy back stores First time viewing 1.Watch movie all the way through if bearable 2.Determine if I like it and if it has repeat viewing potential. 3.If acceptable then store on shelf if purchased or put on my to buy list. 4.If mixed feelings I will give it a second viewing and decide whether to keep, plan to buy, return or sell. 5.If unbearable sell immediately or return rental without second viewing. Of course I could implement random viewings of my current collection and for those movies I am unable to decide on I could get a more qualified opinion possible from IMDB or Amazon. The more good movies I see affect my acceptable criteria and therefore effect my collection. If I ever have time to go through my collection of about 375 I wonder how many I will want to sell.