Hi all - I'm looking for suggestions on what to do to improve my kitchen floor. I'm putting this house up for sale but I really need to do something about this because it looks awful. The original floor in the rest of the house is oak (solid tongue-and-groove). I have no idea if this went into the kitchen also but I suspect that it did. (Whatever was the original floor in the kitchen is the exact same level as the floor in the rest of the house.) Anyway, at some point in the past, 1/4" plywood was laid over the original floor. Then cheap sheet linoleum was laid on top of that. At some later point, those 12" square adhesive vinyl tiles was laid on top of that. They're ugly as sin, many have shifted a bit and they look horrible. But everything is stuck down very well (I know - I tried to see how easy they would be to remove ) Anyway, what should I do?? I want to cover it with something. I'd like to use ceramic tile but would consider laminate (pergo woodgrain stuff). (Heck, I'd consider anything at this point.) The two layers of linoleum on are really stuck on - it would be a major hassle to get them off. I could use a circular saw set a 3/8" or so to cut through the linoleum and plywood and then pry up the plywood to get back to the original floor. Then lay ceramic tile on top of that. Or could I lay the ceramic tile on top of what's there?? The two layers of linoleum are not cushioned. I was told by the floor man in home depot that you could ceramic tile over *one* layer of linoleum but not *two*. Does anyone know if this is true or not?? How about the laminate - could that go over two layers of linoleum?? If I were keeping the house, I'd probably go to the hassle of getting back to the original floor and go from there. But that would take significant time/work and I'm not keeping the house - I'm selling it and I need to sell ASAP. I'd prefer the ceramic tile - it's relatively inexpensive yet still has a 'high-dollar' look. Any comments/suggestions would be much appreciated!!