I also don't like slim jewel cases for storage in terms of organization. After researching alternatives, I settled on an archival quality sleeve fitting in a 3-ring binder--but not the kind you purchase at best buy, as I do not think the quality is good enough.
here is the binder I purchased: http://www.adorama.com/FSBCDL.html?sear ... &item_no=1
(the clear-file binder was larger (height) and cheaper than the Print file version)
here are the sleeves I purchased: http://www.adorama.com/FSPFCDB825.html? ... &item_no=1
I choose Print file after getting a sample of both the Clear-file and Print file material from each company. I like the center hole used for levering the disc out of the sleeve, and the fit is excellent, while the material touching the data side of the DVD appears to be much higher quality than the best-buy/fellowes alternative. Here is a description from Print-File's website:
CDB-8 080-0340 -- Each page holds 8CDs, DVDs or CD ROMs. Archival polypropylene pockets with black nonwoven interior material. Key hole shaped opening for safe lifting of CDs from pocket. Dimensions: 11"W x 111/16"H. Suggested list: $23.05 http://www.printfile.com/products.cfm?A ... 03#product
The Adorama was the best price I could find, and they are also a very reliable online vendor.
The Bottom line is one binder holding up to 200 discs, that can be easily organized. It might, however, not be the best solution for removing and inserting discs constantly.