I have to offer some thoughts on new vs old. I have read, regarding the thinking for the new seminary in VA that the "old" seminary in Winona is outdated, needs repair, too small, etc. etc. etc. And I believe that is true. But, how did it get that way? The "needs repair" is only due to the fact that systems which needed attention over the years were ignored. Ignore one of the building system long enough (roof, plumbing, doors, windows, etc.) and you will have problems. The simple solution seems to be "walk away from the problem and build a shining new facility with all of the latest and greatest systems." That is my quote, not something I have read elsewhere. While the new systems will work better, they will not last if not given the attention they need. In fact, they will probably not last as long as Winona given the nature of current construction practices. I say, fix and maintain what you have and add square footage if you need more space. In the big picture, it will serve you better.