I had to come back here and say thank you again to stealthboy for sharing not just your ideas, but your source files.
After months of tinkering, experimenting and about a week of production, I have completed my box set (x5 as I am giving away a few sets as part of a Star Wars 40th Anniversary screening in my back yard this weekend)
This is almost identical to your original files, except for a few small tweaks… I updated the flyer for my final configuration of the boxset - 11 discs (3 NJVC feature 50GB blu-rays, 4 NJVC documentary blu-rays, SW SSE and ESB and Jedi Grindhouse blu-rays and a final disc of a DVD of the 1978 holiday special). I also added a 16GB flash drive (which I refer to as the “Stolen Data Tapes” 😃 to each set with supplementary material best enjoyed on a computer - scripts, concept art, poster art, the radio dramatizations and remastered soundtrack albums.
As to the design, the one thing I did have to change was the size of the slipcase since my set ended up needing more space and while I was at it, I replaced the plain black background of the top/bottom/spine with a starfield background that I created while playing with Gimp.
It took me quite a while to come up with a box construction method and way to attach the glossy printed artwork that I was satisfied with. Ultimately I ended up constructing the box with masking tape and attaching the artwork with scotch permanent double sided crafting/scrapbooking tape.
I could not be happier with the final results.
The “Stolen Data Tapes” thumb drive fits under the tab that normally holds the paper flyer in my fourth blu-ray case for supplemental materials.
Finally… here are all five sets ready for this weekend. One set is for me to keep. Three are gifts for very close friends and I think I will now use my “spare” set as a prize for whoever gets the highest score on a Star Wars trivia quiz I am going to hand out at my 40th anniversary backyard screening of Star Wars this weekend.
Thank you once again, stealthboy. You saved me TONS of time by sharing your source files.