To follow-up an earlier reply to the problem of sleeving the cards and still having all the components fit inside the box, I think I've come up with a simple (and cheap) solution.
I took 3 of the punch boards with the most open spaces and cut out an internal square approx. 10¾". This allowed the cards to sit inside with 4 columns wide and 3 rows high (about 8 cards on each of the 12 piles).
I then placed the "resource" punch board (most holes but fewest large open areas) on top of the cards; then the last remaining punch board.
Then place all the remaining trays on top as normal and I think you're good to go. I still wouldn't recommend stacking the box sideways since the cards will most likely shift.
This is a simple solution for sleeving your cards without buying any any additional materials or inserts to hold all the components.
I used Mayday 63.5 x 88 sleeves, premium for the gather cards, regular for the rest.
Last edited Thu Mar 1, 2018 12:11 am (Total Number of Edits: 1)
I just used what I had laying around to get them sleeved. Odd that the ones you mentioned are larger yet they fit in the insert. I tried that with mine and yes they fit, but the corners got smashed so I opted for the method I have shown. Maybe I'll get the ones you suggested and see what's up with the dimensions?