Probably in the next week or so, I'm going to be picking up a couple more freebies for my small but growing collection. Specifically, I'm going to be getting a 7100/66, a beige G3 desktop, and a Blue and White G3 tower. I also have the opportunity to pick up a handful of CRT monitors-a couple of smallish(I think a 12" and 15") color display, a 20 monochrome "2 page" display, and the original 17" "blueberry" CRT with the Blue and White. In the recent past, I've avoided CRTs as they are big, heavy, and I lack a lot of room to store them. As far as I know, at least for the 7100 and beige G3, I'm going to need some sort of monitor with a DA-15 connector, which seems to tie me into using an Apple display. I'm inclined to pick up the two small color displays for use with these. As far as I know, I can use any VGA monitor with the Blue and White, but I'm also tempted to grab the original display to go with it. That leaves the big monochrome display, which I'm inclined to leave as it's 60 lbs or so and quite large. Can anyone think of a compelling reason why I should go ahead monochrome display also? While we're at it, is there a work-around that would allow me to connect a standard VGA display to a DA-15 monitor port? If there is one, I'll probably also pass on the two small displays as 15 and 17" LCDs are practically free now. I should also mention that all of this stuff is destined for the dumpster if I don't take it.