This with a multiplying factor of shelf life. Surprise early retirement v.s long haul never retires.CCC said:The problem is really good doesn't necessarily translate to does well in the aftermarket.
Really good sets = everyone thinks they will do well = lots of resellers buy in = lower prices than might have been expected for resellers
Less good sets = people don't think they will do as well = less resellers = better prices (although smaller volume of sales) for resellers
Crap set = people don't think they will do well = a few people will buy at clearance for resale and many get parted out = sporadic pricing on aftermarket with very low volume
There is a fine balance between how much stuff is held for later resale and its rise in price.
I agree, open it! and record the crinkly sound those perforated bags make. Sigh, the nostalgia of my childhood :DSumoLego said: