Maybe this should have been posted in the general discussion... eh, who knows? How do you store instruction manuals? For now, I have the highly technologically-advanced "shoebox" storage system for my instruction manuals, checklists, etc. I have a drawer of a nightstand filled with them and I have scattered piles of the rest (most everything after Armada). I was thinking I might have an easier time storing them in binders (like a photo album), but I'm not sure what sort of album sheets to use. I know those pocket pages for trading cards are too small. I went to a scrapbooking store to see what they had, and the best they had could hold only 3 or 4 per page, so the pockets were too large, having too much empty space. Are there album sheets that can hold, say, 6 instruction manuals per page? Any suggestions?