I think I'm finally gonna get around to organizing/storing/giving away a lot of my collection. I have something like 8 or 9 longboxes already filled that I haven't touched in years, plus a ton of comic stacks sitting all over my room. I know for sure that I need a storage system that is stackable and slides in and out so I can actually access my comics--otherwise, I'll wind up shoving everything in boxes and then forgetting about it all over again, just as I did with the longboxes I already have. So access is a major concern. That led me to the longboxes with stackable sleeves that wrap around them rather than covers. As I looked into it further, though, I started seeing a lot of stuff about using standard, metal filing cabinets. That kind of makes a lot of sense to me. They're sturdier than the cardboard longboxes, which a lot of people have mentioned tend to wear down over time. I can throw some homemade dividers into a filing cabinet pretty easily and that'd be a fair chunk of my collection taken care of right there, if I get a 3-drawer cabinet or something. So my questions to all of you is: Has anyone tried using filing cabinets? How do they measure up to the cardboard filing boxes? Are there other options I haven't thought of that I should consider? Just curious about everyone's experiences and what works best for them, since I really, really don't want to end up having to tear whatever system I decide on down and redo it all later.