Appreciate both responses.
CHR1S it is great to hear that this is a common practice. I bought four frames, (two for matted 18 x 24 and two 24 x 36) with this in mind, but stopped after the store convinced me to seal each one up for preservation sake. Fast forward 5 months later and I realize that unless the print is one I know I won't be changing (Strange Tings Print, Fitzgerald LOTR print that I just love) rotation is still my best option.
I bought 6 of those archival print protectors and finding them a huge pain in the rear and too much cost. Those boxes are exactly what I needed and should have picked up to start with, and probably will make a switch.
Last question, if I keep everything stored in a room that stays in the 60-75 degree temp range, with a flux of humidity, at what point and time do I risk damage to a print? If I can (might be tough) would ti be best to store in a 45-60 degree tempt basement? I know there will always be a risk, but the cost of some of my prints, versus the frame/glass cost, showing me I need to get a little more nimble on my choices.