Keep as spares or sell. I'm always running through project games though that need an mpu so I'll have a ready stash of them. I can't get by the "I don't want to put an mpu200 in a bally game" syndrome from years ago though, when mpu200's were scarcer. I seem to need more -17 and -35 bally boards vs. the mpu200 (probably because I keep the mpu200 games.....)
I'm still buying -35 style boards as well, but with the pricing on the weebly being so good, I no longer am willing to spend anywhere near as much $$$ for them. It used to be a booting -35 was an easy $100 sale but for $50 more to get a brand new board with no alkaline damage..... my limit is probably $50 on those now.