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Thanks AlphaZeta. I thought dipmicro only has an ebay store. Their own site is more orgainzed. I bought from their ebay store once. Good stuff for cheap price. Fast shipping also. They're in Canada (right?) but my package was shipped from US. Guess they just hop in a car and brought their packaged to the US side of Niagara Falls and shipped them. Waiting for my second shipment from them.
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cr0sh:  When I was stationed in San Diego there was a warehouse that had scrap electronics, mostly military stuff.  It was really cool, never in my life have I ever seen so many vacuum tubes in one place!  Really old stuff, like giant fireproof resistors (darn near the size of your pinkie).  It was really neat, but I never had the heart to rip apart any of the old gear.
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I just ordered something from Itead and I must say they have very good customer support.

http://iteadstudio.com/store/

Others I use:

Dipmicro: on ebay or their site: http://www.dipmicro.com/store/
Bitsbox on ebay and their site: http://www.bitsbox.co.uk/

Dutch sites:

http://www.elektronicaonderdelen.eu/
http://www.budgetronics.eu/
http://www.vandijkenelektronica.nl/
http://www.dickbest.nl/webshop/index.php
http://www.freeduino.eu/
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