I was looking over parts of my "library" -- record and books -- and was pleased by some of the collectibles I've been able to get. Two of these immediately come to mind. 1. December's Children (And Everyone's) - Rolling Stones. Mono, sealed, with the blurb sticker, "Includes the hit Get off My Cloud." That has to be one of the coolest in my collection. I also have several alternate pressings of Satanic Majesties, Sticky Fingers, and Exile on Main Street. I used to have the mono Let it Bleed, but I couldn't find it, last time I checked. (I have multiple copies of all their albums.) If you find it, grab the mono Aftermath. That album seems to appreciate very well. 2. Ubik - Screenplay - Philip K. Dick. This was a very limited pressing of a screenplay by Philip K. Dick (PKD), and is very hard to find, as far as I know. I also have most of his "mainstream novels" from small publishing houses, but these probably aren't worth that much. I keep them, because I read and enjoy them. I also have collectibles by favourite artists that I don't enjoy, but keep for value. For example, I have a numbered, signed copy of a cosmogeny book/rambling by PKD. I also have a first edition of Godbody by Theodore Sturgeon, which seems kind of rare, but I haven't checked. My friend has a copy of Godbody signed by Ted and Robert Heinlein, who wrote the intro to the book. That one is much cooler than mine. But one day, I would really like to get first edition V, Gravity's Rainbow, and the Crying of Lot 49. Gravity's Rainbow is probably unrealistic. Same for Gaddis. I'd like to get The Recognitions one day. Anyway, the book and record are my big two. What have you been able to get and enjoy?