Although I rent DVDs and watch streaming movies whenever possible, I still have lots of DVDs, but I try to hold myself to a few strict rules about my collection. First, I've specified a "maximum physical space" for DVDs, so they will never spill out onto other shelves or get stored in multiple areas of the house. If my shelf is full and I want to buy another DVD, I must get rid of another one to make some space (I love to do this anyway, since I think it's fun to use Amazon's trade-in program or sell things on eBay). Second, I try to analyze my DVDs for coolness (incredible movies with amazing bonus features), nostalgia (deeply fond childhood memories that I want to relive), and collectability (getting all titles of a movie series, like Godzilla movies) to decide if they really belong on my shelf. I really do watch my DVDs more than once, and I even try to balance out what I watch by keeping track of it! To help with this, I decided I needed a kind of list or database of my collection, and after looking into a few possible solutions I settled on DVD Aficionado, mainly because it's free (although I did make a donation) and online where I can see it anytime (since I love deciding on a movie to watch before I leave work). DVD Aficionado has an extensive database of just about everything, so it's easy to search and add it to your personal collection, and you can even use "folders" for specialized categorization (so I can put all my Disney movies together, for example). It didn't take long to find all of my DVDs (minus my Jpop concert DVDs, unfortunately), and now I can even keep track of when I watch a film. Since I love statistics, now I know instantly that I own 398 titles on 776 discs, with Animation as my number one genre (followed by Sci-Fi). It's been very helpful to me in the short time I've used the site, so I definitely recommend DVD Aficionado. Be sure to check out my collection at the link below!