I've thought about the fact that TV stands are a changing piece of furniture, but bookcases will always be needed. This bookcase, however, doesn't really fit books well. It's very deep, but the fixed shelves aren't high enough for large books. I generally have no problem with altering antiques if you so desire, but I'm wondering if I'll really regret changing the bookcase. It isn't particularly valuable (according to my quick research, worth a couple hundred bucks at most), but my grandparents bought it new and had it for 60 years. What do you think? Should I pursue this? Or will I regret it in a few years? The attached picture is not of my actual bookcase, but mine is the same exact piece. Sent by Rachel Editor: Leave your suggestions for Rachel in the comments — thanks! • Got a question? Send us yours with pic attachments here (those with pics get answered first).