I got this idea as I was hauling away a rather neglected art deco nightstand from the Salvation Army "as is" store. When it comes to vintage items, it seems that everybody on this forum cherishes them no matter what the condition and we go to great lengths to "bring them back from the grave" so to speak. I love looking at everyone's before and after pics of what they have done to their wonderful heirlooms and it seems to me that there should be a sub-forum on the Golden Age where we can pick at the collective brain. A lot of us can do great things on the cheap as well and even if it did not turn out so well it should be shared as lessons learned, or it may turn out to be a great fix for someone else. I have rewired lamps, reupholstered kitchen chairs, rehabbed veneers(or substitute them when necessary), and I know where to find a few good vintage replacement parts. Hell, DUKE NUKEM can probably whittle a yacht in an afternoon, but you get my point. A place where we can post tutorials on what we are restoring, what not to do, before and afters, etc, etc... So what do you all think?