Harry Potter Wizard's Collection
Warner Home Video has created the biggest, boldest and most bloody expensive statement possible on the entire history of Harry Potter: it is a 31-disc DVD and Blu-ray box set called Harry Potter Wizard's Collection. In addition to 37 hours of bonus materials, it contains all eight movies made from J.K. Rowling's seven novels, including the last two in Blu-ray 3D stereoscopic format.
Warner Bros. jammed in all of Potter plus some physical collectibles. While The Box is sturdily made from heavy cardboard, it is designed to look leather-bound. Flip the top open and pull out drawers and swing the sides open to reveal hidden shelves. Each contains one or more novel-sized volumes with thick pages. Each page of the eight volumes has a plastic insert holding one disc, so you do not have to worry about those annoying scratches that cardboard-only sleeves impose. Tiny drawers also pop open to reveal the collectibles.
The box has its own web site where the proud owners may display their own pictures in Hogwarts' hall gallery.
Just for fun, here is a picture of the real-life 3D model of Hogwarts castle that is on display at the Warner Bros Harry Potter studio tour 20 miles North-West of London, UK (tickets 28£ adults, 21£ children).