Binders are expensive and a PITA to reorganize, if you’re into the alphabet and finding films easily.
The spindles that come with blank media are the cheapest means to store discs. Obviously, they provide the means to store every blank disc you buy. But, again, there’s the alphabet and trouble reorganizing discs. And who wants to dig for something at the bottom of a spindle?
I would imagine a box of some sort, a foot long, five inches wide and tall, would be the best way to store discs–vertically, similar to comic book boxes or old record shelves. That way, new discs could be added alphabetically with ease.
Anyone know of something like this or something better?
If these were 10" or longer, they would rock. It seems that longer boxes have the opening at the smaller end–the exact opposite of what I would want.