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shamefully shoddy packaging - paramount, the final insult...,
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This review is from: Star Trek The Next Generation: The Complete Seasons 1-7 [DVD] (DVD)
Amazon's pictures flatter this set, which is the ugliest and cheapest-looking I've seen. Once you pop off the wobbly plastic cover, you're left with a stack of unlabelled, undifferentiated lime green plastic cases, clumped together with cheap glue - this great stack also separates completely and easily into several smaller stacks. To pick an episode, even to identify a season, you need to read the dvds themselves, as, to repeat, the cases are entirely blank. It would be difficult to design a more offensive box-set - Paramount clearly feel (and no doubt they're right) that such is the devotion of Star Trek's fan-base, whatever crap they release can be sure of a market. I've been a big Amazon shopper for years now, yet this is the first review I've been moved to write, so disgusted am I by this product.
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Initial post: 26 Mar 2008 17:14:25 GMT
Stephen Timms says:
why do the cases need to be labelled? they are trays if anything so disk itself acts as the label which clearly say which season they are and even which disk in that season it is aswell so it really easy to reorder
Posted on 25 Dec 2008 20:01:59 GMT
R. Nicolson says:
way i see it... you need to look at the dvds when going for an episode so why do you need a booklet to tell you where the episode is?
also i always watch tv shows in order so its not like im gonna be loosing my place
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