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Old 06-01-2013, 10:30 AM   #21
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steelbooks are always my first choice whenever possible
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I want the Total Package so my blurays have to look like a young Lex Luger
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Old 06-01-2013, 02:10 PM   #24
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Anything I buy goes into a brand new Viva Elite case, the old case into recycle. Digibooks excluded of course.

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Anything I buy goes into a brand new Viva Elite case, the old case into recycle. Digibooks excluded of course.
If I ever throw away those horrible eco cases they go straight to the dump. No political recycling for me.
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I love digibooks, like steelbooks, everything else is just
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If I ever throw away those horrible eco cases they go straight to the dump. No political recycling for me.
I might as well start throwing them away too, I would hate to be labeled an environmentalist.

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Lenticular Slipcover > Slipcover > Vanilla

I don't care for steelbooks, IronPacks, DigiBooks, and the other ones. The only one of the above categories I own is the Scarface steelbook, and that's because I wasn't aware they were going to make a vanilla version. I'm considering the Strangelove DigiBook, just to complete the Kubrick collection, but I would much rather they released it vanilla.
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I also hate how Canadian packaging tend to have French on them. Which is why I tend to buy American.
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