The one that seals it shut and wraps about a centimetre onto the front and back. I frequently see them on American imports. Most European CDs don't have these on. How in the name of all that's holy is one supposed to remove this - or even open the flaming case - without: Scratching the jewel case in order to get a hold of the sticker. Leaving a sticky residue over the case that requires some serious surgery with Goo Gone to remove lest it attract all kinds of grub. What is the point of these effing things when the CD is shrink-wrapped anyway. Ok - it's possible to see the barcode and album title from another angle. But is it worth the trouble it causes the person who pays good money for a new, shiny product?