I was using similar 6 CD/DVD wallets (I like both Media Vault and UniKeep). I think the wallets with sleeves have a very professional look for my product.
The brands I were using cost close to $1 each for the wallet plus another 15 to 35 cents for the sleeves. Plus I had to snap in the sleeves.
These SuperMediaStore brand wallets are under $.60 each, so almost 50% cheaper! Here are the differences:
1. the SMS brand is shiny black, where the other brands are a softer semi-gloss look. (I'm undecided which looks better) 2. the pre-installed sleeves are clear plastic with white non-woven fabric backing. (They seem lower quality but I left them out open all day in the hot sun, with injet printed CD's inserted, and the case and sleeves looked fine) 3. the SMS wallets are the same height and thickness as the MediaVault and UniKeep, but their width is 1/2" less. 4. The snap rings that hold the sleeves are tighter loops which make the above shorter width possible, and the sleeves are likewise less wide. 5. I wish the holes in the sleeves were a tiny bit bigger, but this has often been a weak point for the wallet design, finding the right hole size. Anyway when loaded with CD's the sleeves flip back and forth pretty well.
These were so cheap I just had to try them. I'm very happy overall and am switching to them! If you have 3 or 4 CD or DVD sets just spread them out, or rip out the extra sleeve. It would be really tedious to undo all the little snap rings to save the extras.