I do sometimes. Between the crappy 'eco' cases and the reduction/elimination of manuals, you're getting less and less for that $60 or whatever you're spending on games nowadays.
That is, unless you buy the Elder Scrolls games, in which case you get a manual that's the size of a small paperback book. At least they know how to put out a game anymore(even if it is glitchy as shit when it first releases:razz:). What does not including a manual and using those freakin' 'eco' cases really save the publishers anyway....$.05?
Well let say it save .50 per game. That means over the year it would save millions a year for a large publisher like EA.