It has been a long while since I've posted anything here on theforce.net so my apologies if this is not in the right part of the forum. Anyway, back in the '90s my grandmother got me the OT on VHS. It was the last release before the re-release into theaters with Leonard Maltin interviewing Lucas. A few years later I got the Special Edition box set. As you might be able to guess, my next purchase was the DVD release of the whole trilogy (no the Blu-rays though - I have never taken that particular format). Many people have strong feelings about the differences between each of these releases. However to be perfectly honest I am not one of them. It's not that I don't care. The issue is that VHS tapes take up space and require me to keep a TV (an old cathode ray tube model that is probably 15-20 years old) and a VCR hanging around as well as a wall unit to house all of this stuff. Yet with graduate school behind me and a relocation most likely coming up I am hoping to get rid of all of my VHS tapes (not just the Star Wars ones) and then the TV and VCR with it. Keep in mind that I do not subscribe to cable and so the TV literally sits in the corner unused save for the rare occasions when I want to watch a tape. So my question is this: can I sell my OT VHS tapes? With the release of the unaltered versions with the Blu-ray discs my assumption is that they would have few buyers (and the Special Editions less so for reasons I need not bring up).