This info would have started to get a little bit spread out in another thread, so I decided to start a fresh new one with everything in the first post. These setup options are for people who are interested in efficiently displaying and storing their G1 paperwork. Instruction Booklets: 1- Each of them are slipped in individual plastic sports card protectors: "Card Saver I" (They are the perfect size for most of the booklets. I skip this part for the thicker ones like Fort Max) 2- Then I slip those in 4 slotted card protector sheets: "Ultra Pro" Results: Tech Specs: 1- I use comic book sleeves that come with a white cardboard backing: "BCW Pro Comic". 2- I then use poster putty to stick them on both sides of the backing (Poster putty is great for this as you can adjust the specs a bit after it is stuck on) 3- Then you just slide the backing in the sleeve and you're done Results: Backing Cards: 11'/14.5' Art Portfolios (forgot the brand) Those dimensions proved to be perfect as they can accommodate for the larger back cards like the Micromaster "Squads" and the Headmaster Jrs. Results: Takes a while to set up, but it's totally worth it. It makes your paperwork collection safely stored and can still be easily appreciated. Notes: -I did all my planning with Mark Bellomo's ID Book as far as ordering is concerned, which ultimately made things simpler. -I'm now planning to make custom title sheets to slide in the Binder and Portfolio covers to top it all off. Hope this was of use to some on here.