I've been really careful with my vinyl collection, keep each album in a protective outer sleeve, upright and not too tightly packed. However, I recently bought a bunch of records and kept putting them into one of the crates I keep them in that had always had space. Obviously that space was shrinking and this morning I noticed a couple albums have indents on the records showing on the jackets as I must have packed them too tightly. I want to avoid ringwear so have taken some out, but wanted to ask the opinion of people who've been collecting records for 30/40years and kept their covers immaculate what they recommend. I've put 2 photos below to show the crate now with space in it. First with lps standing and in the second with them leaning to show the degree of space there is. Do you think this is sufficient "wiggle room"? Do I need some kind of vertical supports spaced closely together? I see photos on here of people's collections leaning 30-40 degrees but assumed this would also place pressure on the covers. How have you managed to successfully store your records without sleeve damage?