Remember those things? They are a fun, and a pain as well! I recalled having VHS in my home, that thing was bought somewhere in 1989. It was good until the heads need frequent cleaning, and sometimes it records our dramas in a very bad way! I watched Mortal Kombat on that thing in late '95, guess what - it was so jumpy we had to mess with the "tracking" dial just to get the picture right again. The most terrible thing that still haunt us was the tape got jammed in the VCR and if we took the thing out the tapes runs off the reel. In the end, we have to manually open the thing apart and carefully "rewind" the thing back. What a mess! Ugh, and these magnetic strips spilling out of the tape remind me of some violent movie I just watched! Same goes for those cassette tapes when MP3 wasn't much to be said yet at that time. And CDs were expensive and we could only afford Walkmans (and its clones). How about CRTs? I have a grudge on them too. Had some of these old monitors, each of them have their own nasty problem after a year of using them. One ends up in a straight horizontal line - no matter how much you bump it, it only "opens wide" when you are lucky. Another one just wouldn't start - it makes that "thump" sound and then turn off, and another one with a loud high-pitched whine and gives me a nasty headache. I have personally displaced some more CRTs and only one left (for the nostalgia purposes). That last man standing is still OK, and it's an Acer 15". The other CRT is the Sony Wega which won't actually die after 14 years of service. Worst of all, that Sony Wega has a nasty short circuit. I touched the chassis, and that almost land me a trip to a hospital. The current went straight into my heart, felt a sharp squeeze and had shortness of breath for a day! Since most of you guys are born before 90s, I'm sure you will have all the fun (and pain) of those old technologies!