If you find this thread a little lighthearted, then I have certainly accomplished my goal. However, this is actually quite serious. For a while now, I have been buying vintage gear. Not to collect, but to get to use and enjoy for a few rolls, and then pass on to a worthy owner or collector. I have been finding my best deals by buying vintage and junk lots on eBay and Craigslist, as well as bagged bundles from thrifts. I've acquired quite a number of good cameras this way, even a few I have decided to keep in my own collection. Most of those I didn't keep, I have placed back up for sale after enjoying them though. Every last one has moved on to a good home, much cleaner and tested to be working by me beforehand. However, I am starting to amass a collection. An unintended one. It's growing larger and larger, and it is getting to the point where I fear they may animate and come for me in my sleep! Yes, that's right... Vintage Kodak cameras. No, not the desirable ones that can take 35mm and 120 roll film. No. I'm talking about the folders that take 116. The Tourist's that take 620, Kodak's bastardized version of 120 designed to keep you using only their film. Yes, even the 122 format folders. For every lot that contains a Zeiss Ikon, at least 1 if not two cameras are these Kodaks. Little to no resale value. More of a hassle to list on eBay, and my efforts to sell/give away on CraigsList have been futile. So, they keep piling up. Now, one could say "Just display them!" but there is a catch. I smoke, and I smoke in my house. Not by my own choice, but by the choice of others I live with. She wont smoke outside, so I likewise have no reason to. It will accomplish nothing for me to do so. Leaving them on display in such an environment will likely ruin them. Surely they are worth something! It seems to me, though, that with this many of these cameras flooding the market, every Kodak collector ever must already have 3 of them (and from what I have heard from people, they do). Even though I have yet to get 1 single broken Kodak (and tons of gunked up and broken Yashica Zeiss and Baldas), I am considering sending them back to Rochester 1 by one for repairs just to see what their response will be. Any suggestions as to what I should do with all of these boxes, folders, and point and shoots? Interesting or comical suggestions are welcome! I may even actually go through with some of them and report back the results here.