What I am saying is that paying $50, $100, $200 or more for a record as an investment or as someone that likes collecting for the sake of collecting I can understand. But paying that kind of money for an album when your purpose is to build a listening library isn't understandable. The 1st David Bowie album mentioned earlier for example is available as a vinyl reissue for $20-$30. Dark Side of the Moon, new 2014 pressing is $26.01 with free shipping. Led Zepplin II is $22. Reissues should hold down the price for common classic rock albums that aren't Robert Ludwig mastered LZ II albums in NM condition. It should create a leveling out of prices from these absurd inflated prices some sellers try to get for VG grade albums. On the other hand it stands to reason that those classic rock albums that haven't gotten a recent repressing because the general public hasn't created a spike in demand might see rising prices among vinyl enthusiasts.