I have a few updates for Phoenix and Tucson: A new store has opened up in central Phoenix called The ‘In’ Groove. The owner is an audiophile and stocks both new and used records with an emphasis on classic rock, including a large selection of used Beatles (quite possibly the most I have seen in one store anywhere), Doors, Led Zeppelin, Rolling Stones, and Pink Floyd records. All used records in the bins are ultrasonically cleaned and placed in diskeeper sleeves. Prices tend to be on the high side, but there is also a $2 section for the crate diggers. Besides LPs, you can find a large selection of 45s as well as turntables and supplies for sale. There are some CDs and a few cassette tapes too, but the focus is really on vinyl. I visited PDQ in Tucson again this past weekend, and I am happy to say their selection has improved somewhat from my last visit. Unfortunately, part of the store is still under construction. Double Nickels in Tempe was named as one of the The Best 21 Record Shops in America. It might be a bit of a stretch, but they do have a better selection of used vinyl there than Waterloo Records in Austin, which was also included on the list. Record Revival in Phoenix is no longer in business. The owner sold the inventory to someone who was supposed to open a new store in the same location, but that never happened.