1. They're not just another pretty face. Today's jukeboxes blink with modern LED Eternity lighting, state-of-the-art amplification, even Internet connectivity. And lots of neon and chrome.
2. Take it from the beginning: we have vintage reproduction jukeboxes that play from old 45s, cassettes, CDs, MP3s, and iPods.
3. Where are they now? Right here. The big names in yesterday's jukeboxes - Crosley, Wurlitzer, Seeburg and Rowe AMI - are still available as new works of art or dazzling reproductions.
4. Bring music to share, not quarters. Some reproduction jukeboxes makers, such as Crosley, replaced the quarter slot with an iPod dock.
5. Hear music of the stars! You can get a reproduction jukebox to play XM Satellite Radio. If 170 satellite stations aren't enough, they receive local AM/FM radio too.