Well, I think the time for me to bail out of my Nikon film gear has come. I'm not soliciting sales here, just trying to get an idea on how best to maximize the dollar value, as my gear has all the options, and other than my Nikon F are just about in mint conditon. What I've got is (all bodies are black) . . . FTN/F36/Nikon cordless pack. I also have a Jacobson Powercon battery pack. Two F2S/MD2/MB1/MF3 setups Two F3HP/MD4/MF6/MK1 setups FA/MD15 Two Kodak DCS200 setups that could be spilt and sold as 8008 bodies as I have film backs Two Kodak DCS100 dig setups (useless without an F3) Varous extras like screens, finders, cords, remote socket releases, DS2 and custom goodies like a meter on/off switch I made out of an MC-17 that plugs into the MK1. I'm thinking that I'll probably be best off breaking down the components and selling on ebay, but what about here, FM and the like? I almost tossed the Powercon in the '70s, but I've seen 'em go for 500+ on ebay over the last few years so I'm glad I didn't. I'm not going to get rid of any of the Nikon System gear that I can still use with my digiKons D1h/D70/D200/D300/D700, stuff like MT-1, MW-1 and the like. It's been hard to even consider selling the film gear as they will last forever, but I haven't touched any of 'em in many years and doubt that I will again. Like, i said, I'm not solicting sales right now, just looking for ideas. Thanks in advance for any comments.