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« Reply #15 on: January 05, 2007, 12:54:43 AM »

Almost all of our VHS tapes are stored in 3 storage units, 2 with 3 drawers and 1 with 2 drawers in no particular order but I have no problem finding things in these units. There are 2 shelf units in the living room, one on each side of the TV, Gamecube starts at the top left hand unit, grouped by title/type so that all related games are together, at the bottom on this side are VHS tape sets. To give an idea of how they're organized, my Godzilla set is right after Walking with Dinosaurs and followed by all 3 Jurassic Park movies, last item on his side is Band of Brothers DVD set.
Top of right hand side holds my wife's Russel Crowe collection, after that comes all my DVD's, everything from Rodan and Kolchak the Night Stalker to The Magic Sword and The Battle of Britain in no apparent order but again I have no problem finding things, but then we really don't have all that much.

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« Reply #16 on: January 05, 2007, 06:37:12 AM »

However they land in the big bins into which I toss them.

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« Reply #17 on: January 05, 2007, 06:39:03 AM »

Most of mine are still in boxes from my move last year, a the joys of having a junk room. About half are organized by genre or theme: anime, horror, HK or martial arts, western. some boxes are a mish mash general stuff. My VHS tapes are in their own boxes in the same area.

Most of the recent purchases or stuff I am actively planning to watch soon I keep on my coffee table. Some TV show box sets sit out there as well if it's stuff I watch a lot or want close at hand when I need a pick me up: Newsradio, Due South, Monty Python.

The Cd's are mostly organized by genre or artists whose styles lead into each other, to me anyway.

I'm getting tempted to pare down my collections, as part of an attempt to get that room decent looking, and to purge myself of movies and music I no longer like or bad purchases. I cut way back on buying DVDs and music. New year, time to organize and make more changes. The book backlog needs a good slash and burn offensive as well.

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