...for vinyl. Why do the inserts go missing? This is a real thorn in my side. When I'm searching for that certain vinyl album on Discogs (or other sites), why is it that so many of the copies for sale are missing the inserts and/or printed inners? I just don't get it...even if it might be an old copy with lots of years under its belt. What do folks do with them? Just leave them lying around, not putting them back in the sleeves, and they eventually get lost, thrown away, eaten by the dog, made into paper airplanes, etc.? The idea of that kind of neglect just drives me nuts, ha... I know some people don't have the same respect and care for things like I do, but come on! Put the darn things back where they belong! To me, it's only common sense, unless they enjoy seeing papers lying around the house. Also, not that it has any clout here on this site, but I think Discogs should make it mandatory for sellers to say in their listings whether or not it includes the original inners, inserts, and any other items that originally came with it (hype stickers, OBI strips, merch forms). It would make it so much easier for buyers, since it would eliminate that extra step of having to contact the seller about it, wait for an answer, and hope the question is answered concisely and completely the first time. Anyway, if this rant seems nit-picky and unnecessary, I apologize. But I like my vinyl to be complete, if at all possible. Does this bother anyone else?