I don't know if it's because the kids who grew up with them are now 75+ or because Discogs and E-bay made them easier to find, but a lot of 50's and early 60's records that used to list for $100+ are now 1/10th that. I recently picked up an extremely nice Johnny Preston Running Bear album for $1. An earlier seller had tried to get $15 for it, to no avail. Tim Neely's old Golmine book listed it in VG+ as a $50 record twenty years ago. Seen the same thing with that Scatman Crothers album on Topps. Of course junk Elvis reissues and soundtracks seem to have nose dived as well. What are your observations?