The man has a point. With a Transformers LE at $4500, don't be dumb and buy my game at $4400. Buy the Transformers. If I were buying and not selling, that's what I'd do. That's a pretty awesome deal for someone.
Back to my game. As mentioned, I'll be in Edmonton this weekend, but am leaving tomorrow, so the "Luke will deliver" ship has more or less sailed. Sorry.
Where I sit right now is a handful of offers at $3,800. Not entirely sure how that became the magic number, but that's what people are offering. I feel that's a bit low for a two year old game. Condition wise, the game is very nice. I won't say it's "super fantastic", because it just plain isn't, and I'd rather under represent the game and have someone be pleasantly surprised than not point stuff out. From a finicky point of view, the dot that's out and the chipped insert bug me, and the mark on the left side of the head grinds my gears because that was a screwup when I moved it. I could attempt to replace that block on the DMD, but am not entirely sure where to get parts. It's definitely irritating, but not "blow $200 on another one" irritating. Overall, I can say this about the game: if you have a lineup of HUO games that you took out of the box and never moved, then this is likely going to be the roughest machine you own. If you started collecting and bought stuff that's been routed? I would almost guarantee this will be the nicest game in your lineup.
So, now that I've spewed that out, I'll say $4150. At that price, you can get a very presentable game, throw a shaker in, convert the whole thing to LEDs, and still be in at about $4500. I don't think that's completely unreasonable. Also, I have the Williams itch, and would actually consider trading down with some cash coming my way. System 11s and WPC stuff preferably, but in the off chance someone has a super-nice Flash, let me know. If you have any questions, you know where to track me down.