It sounds like you just want a spreadsheet. I'm sure there are document templates available for MS Office or OpenOffice that will do that.
No, I don't want a spreadsheet. I want something that lets me sort my games and display information about them when I need it, without being restrained by the size and layout of a spreadsheet.
I'm still trying to figure out how to add search capabilities to custom databases (I'm sure it's listed somewhere in their forums, I just have to search harder.) I want something simple, and with graphics, but without a ton of bloat.
Game Collector isn't free, and Sisimizi was pretty slow and the plugins wouldn't work right on my system (it was decent, though.)
Update: So it turns out GCStar won't let you use search plugins if you create your own database, because the plugins are heavily tied to the collection templates or somesuch. That sucks.
Also, the CSV import option was kinda broken until I realized it -really- doesn't like it if you try to import ASCII text as UTF-8 (which is the default import setting.) I always thought UTF-8 was supposed to be backwards compatible with ASCII - guess not!
So! I've managed to import the majority of my console game database to the program via CSV files. I never got started on my PC collection, so I guess now is as good a time as any.
So yeah, I appreciate the help.
(I didn't know the forum merged posts together. Bleh!)