I was cleaning out my basement yesterday, and came across the nearly three hundred albums I've accumulated since the 1960's, mostly rock, fusion jazz, a few specialty vinyl thingys (The Doors, Chuck Berry Collection etc.) and r&b. Is there any value or reason to keep these? They are in very good condition, but I haven't played a vinyl album in nearly ten-years, and am about to stroll down to the local Goodwill and donate my old Denon 60-dpl(?), three hundred pound turn-table. Then again, maybe I should keep the turn-table (purchased in 1979), beautiful rosewood body and just pick some of the albums to keep (especially Bitches Brew, since Miles gave it to me after an interview). Are these things just space-wasters? What would you guys do? I just purchased a Denon 3800 and will probably go DVD-Audio all the way. We are the Borg... SYSTEM: Klipsch RF 7 speaker package (5) Klipsch RF 3's in center surround position SVS subs Monster Z2 series speaker cables Zenith 9000 OH projector 110-inch Draper motorized gray screen Denon 3800 DVD progressive scan Sony 7700 DVD Pioneer 606 dts/dd LD player Denon 5800 Receiver as pre-amp only Cinepro 3k2 amp powers front speakers Cinepro 2k5 amp powers four rear speakers Directv Ultimate Monster 3500 Surge/Line conditioner Monster M-series interconnects Monster Z-series interconnects Proscan 60-inch rptv behind the Draper screen for NFL plus "Life is good in the hive..."