So, I am moving from my apartment of 16 years... living in NYC most of my life has curbed, what I assume to be, my natural hoarding instinct; with one exception - Guitar Player Magazines. Way back in the pre-internet day I was proud of the little reference library I had assembled starting in college in the mid '80's. They deserved the valuable shelf space they occupied! Fast forward and I have amassed approximately 28 years of predominantly, Guitar Player Magazines (with a few years of Acoustic Guitar and Premiere Guitar thrown in). So I ask: what to do? I can not bring myself to simply toss them out, leave them on the curb to be picked through and pitied. Donate them? To whom? Sell them? Not on on CL. And I am not an eBay seller, though I have toyed with the idea, grouping by year for a buck or two apiece. I have actually spent a ridiculous amount of time preparing for that option by scanning the covers, taking a group photo and bundling them (by year). My fear is that I will never get to it, and they will sit in boxes taking up valuable real estate (my new place has a small storage cage in the basement). Thought? Suggestions?