Since Supremes are rare (and getting rarer), and only share parts with other Supremes, it seems to me this might be a good time to start an AK Kenwood Supremes informal (perhaps later formal) owner's group. The only qualification would be ownership of a Supreme unit (working or not). What we would be about (in addition to sharing information and manuals/printed materials among ourselves) would be trying to conserve as many working Supremes (might include L series units too, eventually) as possible. We would offer any Supreme units and parts we had for sale to members of the group, as a first option. If there is enough interest and longevity (a formal group), we might even collectively buy nonworking/cosmetically-challenged units when they appear, using a trusted member (best if a tech guy, who has worked on them—thinly disguised pitch/bribe for EchoWars, or someone similar, to get involved) as a parts repository/tech info source (details to be worked out). What say. Any interest among Kenwood Supreme owners out there in something like this? If we don't work towards saving as many as possible, who will? Since it's my suggestion, I agree to function as facilitator until such time (if/when) some sort of critical mass of members gets together and decides upon any organizational matters (or lack thereof) that may be needed. I will compile a list of those who agree to join (names and emails) and send it to all interested. Details can be decided upon consensually, when enough members join to make such an undertaking worthwhile (10 or so, or when needed/requested).