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Suggested that I make this a new thread ......

Just checking in .... slowed down, but the numbers are still going. Now at over 40,000 total discs and over 21,000 movies. Still spend too much time on Ebay.

If interested, you can see what's being recently added by selecting the index tab, by format, for the highest numbers, and of course, you can see recent releases with the "release date" tab. You don't need to accept cookies to see the collection, I think .... let me know if it's an issue. I have no control of cookies.

As far as the questions on Collectorz, if you want to work on different ways to manipulate your data, it may not be the solution. If, however, you're looking to just maintain your database, it IS, (my opinion) the way to go. Aside from the fact that Profiler won't function for large collections, it was much more difficult to use, compared to Collectorz. Collectorz's 'Core' of data is very complete and I don't need to spend my time creating so much data, as in Profiler.

Collectorz also has options besides movies, as you can maintain databases for your collections of music, books, comics, or games.

Gene

My DVD Collection

My Music Collection
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Just checking in .... slowed down, but the numbers are still going. Now at over 40,000 total discs and over 21,000 movies. Still spend too much time on Ebay. If interested, you can see what's being recently added by selecting the index tab, by format, for the highest numbers, and of course, you can see recent releases with the "release date" tab.

As far as the questions on Collectorz, if you want to work on different ways to manipulate your data, it may not be the solution. If, however, you're looking to just maintain your database, it IS, (my opinion) the way to go. Aside from the fact that Profiler won't function for large collections, it was much more difficult to use, compared to Collectorz. Collectorz's 'Core' of data is very complete and I don't need to spend my time creating so much data, as in Profiler. Also has options besides movies, as you can maintain databases for your collections of music, books, comics, and games.

Gene

My DVD Collection

My Music Collection
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