Not bad. I am using Jp-Gate via their Amazon store. I used them via eBay before, along with a few others but found their Amazon store to be more affordable for Canada then anyone else.
Currently, I store all of my optical media in their original spindle or case, for space saving purposes, which I in turn put in a closed cupboard/closet. Temperature and humidity is always in the middle somewhere. Temperature doesn't move drastically where they are stored. Similar to an office environment.
Then I use NeoFinder to keep track of everything and what disc is what and in what spindle that disc is (the spindle is labeled) etc. I haven't got around to printing/labeling most of them so NeoFinder helps me find what I am looking for when I need to get at the archives.
Of course if you have the room etc. it is best to store the discs in individual cases standing upright, on their sides. For me, I need the space saving part more then anything else, so spindles are ideal. They are tough discs, so I am not worried about them bending for now in their original spindles.
As the amount of Blu-ray's grow, currently between 500-600 discs (both SL & DL, almost all DL), I will have to work on the best way to store so many of them. Haven't thought that far down the road yet.
This is in addition to my DVD's and CD's which are all TDK, TY (almost 600 blank Watershield CDs), Falcon Media (love this company) and some other discs not worth mentioning. :big smile:
Edit: And a few Triple Layer M-disc's that I haven't used yet.