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Old 06-26-2019, 08:17 PM   #41
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Not been in here in a while.

Some really good ideas.

Where in the hell are you guys getting the 4 disc inserts? The cheapest 3 disc one is normally twilight as it goes for about £3 on eBay.
The Steve Austin 4 film collection is the one that most people use. But I think they're catching on to that one, because I never see it for less than $12 these days. It used to go for as low as $7.
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Old 06-27-2019, 09:20 PM   #42
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The Steve Austin 4 film collection is the one that most people use. But I think they're catching on to that one, because I never see it for less than $12 these days. It used to go for as low as $7.
I've never seen it cheap here in the UK. If it all TBF.

I'd like to get hold of some
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Old 06-27-2019, 09:49 PM   #43
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Scrolling through this thread, and man! such great steelbooks!! so many i would lov to modify but i wouldn't even know where to start!
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Modded my Iron Man 1 & 2 steels to hold the old special features disks.
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Old 08-14-2019, 12:57 PM   #45
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You guys get such better disc art than the Uk
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Jumbo Steelbooks can fit six discs without stacking but require a custom spine sticker and they're jumbo Steelbooks, which is a major turn-off for some.

I'm currently working on both Pacific Rim and Avatar Jumbo Steelbooks.

Pacific Rim: 4K + 3D + 2D + Bonus + Bonus + DVD


Avatar: [empty hub for eventual 4K] + 3D + 2D + Bonus + Bonus + DVD


And yeah the Canadian Final Cut Steelbook looks pretty frakkin' good on a black jumbo frame, and happens to fit perfectly in the briefcase! Happened to have a black jumbo frame and wanted to see what it'd look like. Black frames look great with black/dark Steelbooks, and while you lose internal artwork you don't have to deal with the lack of internal spine artwork!

How do you get the spine to fit in the jumbo spine, arenít they thinner? Can you show how the blade runner jumbo spine looks like?
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I converted my Friday the 13th (1980) steelbook to house the entire Paramount 8.





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I converted my Friday the 13th (1980) steelbook to house the entire Paramount 8.





wow how the hell did you do that? i want one too
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Old 11-29-2020, 12:06 PM   #49
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Nice thread. I wanted to do some modifications for some time and recently got started.

1). Black hawk down. Change from single tray to 3 to accommodate 4k and bonus disk. It's a same Sony has no nice art on the disks.

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2). Dunkirk German edition. Originally came with a pouch for the bonus disk.

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3). The Revenant by Manta lab. Modified to 2 tray to hold the 4k disk as well. I didn't bother find a side by side tray because I need the space for the goodies.



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Here are my Star Wars Customs. They are the Despecialized Edition, Despecialized Bonus Features (w/ Deleted Scenes and almost every making of"" and behind the scenes featurette out there), and standard release disc. The labels were copied from the DVDs of the Special Editions w/ the theatrical cuts, then printed and sealed to not run the ink.
Any chance where I can find those 2006 disc labels for the classic Star Wars trilogy?
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