It is a sad fact Doug, but true, we can't expect "modern kiddies" to be as enthusiastic as we were when we first took up this hobby,
make no mistake, I am a die hard film collector, love the slippery stuff, spent a bloody fortune on it, but it won't sadden me one bit
after my time if all my stuff ends up on a bonfire, I enjoy it NOW, if all us collectors lived nearer, we could share our collections, but
we live on different continents, we are in a minority, I don't mean to be a pain, but a realist, at least to my way of thinking. Enjoy your
films, cherish your projectors, but don't think for a minute that you are doing a favour for anyone in the future, our projectors will be
viewed as praxinoscopes are now. I remember screening a b/w 200' sound copy of "7th Voyage of Sinbad the Cyclops" to my family on
my Eumig S709, it was a miracle, sound films in our home, the first time I had shown a sound film. Kids today would laugh. Like I said,
I am "dyed in the wool" cine, don't want to be a wet blanket, but after my time, it won't matter in the scheme of things.