I don't know what to do with the 700, or so lp's I bought this evening. They are basically all in mint shape. Someone took very good care of them. Pretty much 60's, 70's and 80's rock genre. Quite a few rather complete sets of certain bands. All of the 23 Beatles albums I found have very shiny vinyl, not a mark on them and the sleeves are mint. They look like they've never been played as well as a majority of the collection. Psyched. There's even a mint Flames Street Survivors lp. I couldn't pass up the collection as 90% of the music is what I like to listen to. It's kind of odd having two 4 1/2 foot rows of vinyl sitting on my living room floor. It was kind of a spontaneous/right time right place thing. Figured writing my thoughts may help me with what to do next. I currently do not have a turntable, or the immediate storage space for the albums. Not that those issues can't be remedied with a little effort, but I am very busy right now. I do remodeling of homes, etc. and getting into the vinyl thing seems a little overwhelming at the moment. On the other hand I read about so many of you that regret selling their vintage vinyl in the past which keeps me thinking TT. Tough decision, I know. I'm going to sleep on this one in hopes it will bring me some sort of inspiration by sunrise. I mean I could just sell and trade them to build my CD collection, but that just doesn't seem right to me in a way. If anyone has any suggestions I'm all ears. I just hope my buddy/roommate doesn't take a header on them in the middle of the night . Kevin They were all in alphabetical order when we moved them. "Is that normal?" The guy who hooked me with the deal asked. I shrugged my shoulders and said "Here, grab these and be gentle" as we loaded the CRX to the gills. .