I don't like digibooks for two reasons. The "joint" as they call it, that depressed hinge that allows the boards to bend outward, is not aesthetically pleasing. Unless you think creases in posters look nice. They are also more easily damaged, unlike the art-within-replaceable-shell design of regular cases.
Warner sure is hellbent on their cardboard ideas, though. I must commend such undying persistence.
Dillon: My men were in that chopper when it got hit! Hopper's orders were to go in and remove grain and the detail just disappeared.
Dutch: It didn't disappear. It was scrubbed alive!