I have a dilema regarding my first "real" drum set. My very first kit was bought for $60 when I was 11. An old piece of crap I bought from my school janitor. I played the hell out of that kit till it literally fell apart. My parents and everyone around me could see my talent and dedication, so they agreed to get me some good, real drums - the Ludwig Rockers series, black 5-piece probably like 1991-2 series. They had to borrow money and I had to promise to pay half of it back by the time I was 18. They were great. I was really greateful, took great care of them, and played them everywhere. I even giged with them up till my mid 20's. I have since updgraded my gear several times over, but I held on to them mostly for sentimental reasons. The spurs are worn out. The bd hoops are warped. They have a decent amount of bumps and bruises, but in decent shape. They have the early '90's "power toms" which are really hard to go back to after using more conventional toms. Anyway, I really don't have the room for them anymore, but just not sure I could sell them. Don't think I could get any more than like $300 tops for the shell pack. I just can't decide if it's worth it. Maybe the memories are enough and I just need to do it? I'm sure some of you have had this situation. Advice?