My apologies if this isn't the correct forum to post this, but seems like it. I'll copy my post from the "Music Corner" forum below. As I go through all these albums I'd really like to know what I have, financially speaking and possibly be offering a number for sale that I may not particularly care much for now. Thank you. "I jumped on the digital train from the start, collecting CD's and laser discs, etc. It was awesome to have access to music without occasional pops, crackles and skips; not to mention recordings that were previously out of print on vinyl. So starting around summer of 1983 or 84', my albums were boxed up and my focus was on digital. After procrastinating for many years, I have finally brought my old Technics SL-23 TT to a local high end technician who will be replacing the belt, plugs, etc etc etc and installing a Audio Technica VM95ML. This will go into the MM phono section of my Macintosh C-42, powered by a MC-7500 Mac amp to refurbished Tiel 3.5's. My digital front end is the last player OPPO made, the 205. I'm going to be really interested to see how the vinyl compares to the digital, although not an entirely fair comparison given the low front end of the TT. Given the above, I sorted through my garage in the home I moved to six years ago to uncover my old albums. I found five boxes with roughly 80-albums in each box. Only one of the boxes is somewhat damaged; by that I mean moisture somehow at some time got in the bottom because I literally have to pull the covers apart. Most of the albums in that box still appear to be ok, though obviously in need of a deep cleaning. It sucks to see the cover to the original Cheap Thrills completely damaged, though the album just may be ok. Fortunately, this only happened to one box and what it really means, in-terms of effect on the albums is unknown at this time. I'm just sharing my excitement and can't wait to clean these up and hear what they sound like. I'm talking my original Who, Hendrix, Clapton, Ronstadt, Tull, Dead, Stones, Airplane, Tuna, Moody Blues, Peter Paul & Mary, John Prine, etc etc etc... all first releases. Being a pack rat has not always been something I've been proud of, but holding on to these sure is. The only thing I can't find "yet" are my fathers and sisters vinyl. I know I have some really sweet old Sinatra, Perry Como, etc. from my dads days and a box of 45's my sister had to hold her 45's, all from the 60's. I know I have those; just haven't located them yet. Any advice, or suggestions are welcomed. I hope to have the TT back mid to end of this week, and will report back. The guy has a very expensive sonic type of album cleaning machine, but he charges $1 an album, so not doing all 400+, at least not yet; but in process of picking out around 25-50 to start with. Cheers, Zafu"