Right now my only methods of listening to music are ear-buds, ****ty external computer monitors, or my TV speakers. Not ideal. I've been meaning to get into vintage hi-fi equipment, but I don't really have the budget for that. http://kansascity.craigslist.org/msg/4541425967.html This guy is trying to trade his NIKKO receiver with a CD/DVD player and speakers. I'd add a phonograph, a digital i/o and be good, maybe upgrading down the line piece by piece. I offered in trade my Frankensteined Modern Player Telecaster Plus which I've put a Mean-90 in, with an Esquire pickguard and painted poorly (by me). I haven't played it in months. I kinda thought he'd say no, but he said yes. I'm not sure what to do. It'd get me started with a stereo system, and I have other guitars that I love better. Neither the stereo or the guitar are very great, and I'd consider it an equal trade monetarily. I'm leaning toward doing it to upgrade my music listening situation, without putting much of a dent into my guitar playing situation. Would you do it?