At 09:28 AM 2007-02-08, Martin Fisher wrote:
>Wonder if all designers/suppliers of alternative CD storage devices
>go home and trash or chop up their own tray cards or other graphics??
>The only practical solutions I've seen are made from pvc which is
>thought to be detrimental to CDs.
That is a good point, but I think the STiL case has many advantages
for people making CD-Rs which don't often come with tray cards or
inserts (at least the ones I make don't usually come with the paper).
Besides, with gold CD-Rs offering an allegedly 5-8 X life expectancy
over manufactured CDs, this case might be useful for that.
I have been looking at the STiL cases and while they are intriguing,
I have not had (m)any standard jewel cases trashed by shipping (I've
received no complaints).
Richard L. Hess email: [log in to unmask]
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