We call it a great site, but founder Craig Moerer has been digging through crates across the country since 1974 and shipping out vinyl and 45s well before e-commerce became commonplace. Through multiple vinyl revivals, Moerer's Portland, Ore.-based business has held steady and now keeps more than 2 million records in stock. His supply fluctuates based on what he's able to find, but a recent flip through his stacks came up with a $100 bootleg of Bob Dylan's show at Royal Albert Hall in 1966, a $75 copy of Miles Davis' nefertiti and a $55 rare pressing of the soundtrack to the 1967 Italian crime drama We Still Kill The Old Way. So how's Craig's response time? It depends on where he's delivering to, but a 45 of Desmond Dekker's Israelites we ordered showed up a day later at our location just outside of Portland. Beat that, Santa.