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    KingMike Just thinking randomly, byuu. I can't recall, did you actually scan the entire US set? I think you did, and it was the manual scanning that was dropped.

    But how did you do Claymates' lenticular cover? Was that a particular issue?
    I only ask as I know the CIB copy I have had the cover basically falling off since I bought it on ebay whatever years ago. (if that isn't a reason for preservation, I don't know what is :D )
    But then maybe those covers had a short lifespan? I know when I bought a Flintstones complete DVD box set the lenticular cover was ready to fall off almost immediately. :D
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