I went to my local library (a rather large branch) today and asked them how I would go about donating them. I have approx 1000 actual Cds and 300 actual DVDS, half movies, half complete seasons. They said they rarely put them on the shelves. Instead, they give them to the 'Friends Of The Library' bookstore (in the same building) to sell them. That's all well and good as they will still somehow receive some monies from them. I don't mind as they belong to them now. The only thing wrong with that is although I have an meh-OK DVD collection (nothing close in numbers to actual movie "classics" that most of you here have, my TV selection is slightly better), it's some of my obscure musical artists and genres that I would like to make sure that more people hear, as opposed to the sole person who buys a complete season for less than ten bucks, or an older musical box set title for about for about the same price for themselves and possibly a friend or two to enjoy. Many box sets, the most recent being the 50th Sgt. Peppers and White album. My original thought about a decade ago, was to find a library in the tulies somewhere that had no movies or music collection, or merely a bare-bones one, in hopes that would get the parents out to the library with their kids, who in turn, might get interested in checking out books or the like. Then of course that may spark others to now add some of their favorites as well. Repeating, if you had an obscure movie title, especially a hard to find classic, would you rather have one or many enjoy it? I did think of printing up some lists and ask them to pick any or all that they would place on their shelves...out of the question? Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated, but I think I'm rather limited in my options.