I'm repairing a very early (second week production) Macintosh 128 that has several bad memory chips. They are the Apple logo MT4264 that I understand are not very reliable. This is an unmolested and somewhat rare board that I don't want to do anything that would diminish it's value. I have 16 good Apple logo MT4264 chips that were harvested from a socketed board that I plan to use for the replacements. My question is should I install sockets that would make future replacement easier, or should I solder in the replacement chips.