Quite some time back tehre were changes made to the way lockdowns work. Seems someone had found a way to get free storage out of it, or something. I never did really understand what was going on, just that we were all gonna pay the price for it. Nowdays, if you have something locked down, everything in that is locked down as well, as it always has been...But to release one item, you must release the container itself. Herein lies the problem. As a librarian, I keep books in bags in the bookcases we all bought, and have them locked down, set to anyone, for the public to enjoy. Here is the problem...If I want to trade out a book, to replace it with a collector's edition or special edition or whatever else we are getting now and gonna get, I can't do it. Not without having to release the entire bookcase, replace that one book, and then lockdown the entire bookcase again. THEN, I get the pleasure of setting the bookcase back to anyone, each container within to anyone, and EVERY SINGLE COTTON PICKING BOOK back to anyone. Why can't we fix this? 1. Either code it back like it was before, and deal with the abusers themselves instead of everyone who plays the game fairly, or... 2. Code it where when you set security for a lockdown container, every item IN THAT CONTAINER automatically gets that level of security. As it stands now, if i put 100 books in containers in a shelf, and set the shelf to anyone, the shelf can be accessed, but not the books within (I have tried this using a second account). I know it's a simple thing to gripe about, but after a time, it just gets frustrating!