You could also spot the odd turntable here and there, and maybe the next edition should incorporate a "vintage hardware" section. I have interviewed a few visitors and asked them what equipment they see, and, particularly in the younger crowd - and it was a crowd by the way, the direct drive Technics SL1200 was the favourite, as most people there were linked to DJeing of sort. Most had no idea of which amps or speakers they were using apart from one, would would name NAD and Tannoy to extract music from his vinyls spinning on a...Technics 1200, bien sur! Even the media were there to catch a glimpse of this nostalgic revival. I found only one box of classical music, Everything else was Beatlemania, Metal, Funk, Hard Rock and everything in between - not really my cup of tea - but I manage to buy a decent copy of "Love over Gold" from Dire Straits, and a recent reissue of "Yellow Submarine", which I never had a copy of. The side 2 is very good as it is mainly instrumental and film scores from George Harrison.