I first got back into vinyl two years ago, stumbling into this forum with the intent to build up a vinyl collection. Some of my first titles purchased were indeed $50 records: our host's wonderful 45rpm mastering of A Charlie Brown Christmas, Classic Records 200g pressing of Zappa's Hot Rats, the MFSL pressing of Beck's Sea Change. Soon through the addictive Classifieds area and Ebay I was able to pick up some great LPs at 1/10 that price. Well today, I finally went into the Salvation Army store near my in-laws' that I've been driving past for over 10 years. Holy ****! A treasure trove of vinyl for 49¢ a piece! In my first pass today picked up some beauties: Mono Sinatra September of My Years, Pickwick/33 pressing of Sergio Mendes Trio's So Nice, Chicago IX, WHAM Make it Big and more. I haven't even run them through my VPI 16.5 yet and they sound great. Granted I had to pick through a bunch of Jim Nabors, Andy Williams and Whipped Cream & Other Delights to find these! I know I won't be finding recent audiophile pressings at this place, but I'm thrilled to be able to flesh out my collection at a bargain price. And tomorrow everything in the store is 50% off -- LPs for a quarter!