Who's responsible for security tags 'built-in' to my fancy SEs? I first noticed this problem with the Legend SE awhile back: the security tag was placed *behind* the clear plastic tray and was attached to the backing (which in this case was plastic). I was able to insert a thin knife and shave the tag off and shake it out. Fast forward to SE releases of the The Mission and Color Purple: more 'built-in' tags but now stuck to the paper backing! It might be possible to remove these tags, but running a sharp object between a super sticky tag and the paper backing is asking for trouble. Robin Hood SE seems to have been spared, possibly due to the nice character shots on the paper backing. I'm guessing that these devices are placed in the packaging during manufacturing as a result of some agreement between Studios and Retailers. My message is simple: if your package design is all paper, then you shouldn't use a tag! P.S. I'm also tired of showing my receipt at the door like 'papers' in a police state and not too thrilled about being summoned back from the parking lot on several occasions because the clerk forgot to deactivate that wonderful tag.