A lot of people sell their games after a year, regardless of a code update. Most of the time, if they played the crap out of their games, only the most epic of updates will be enough to keep them from selling. That's just the hobby we 're in.
The only thing keeping stle owners that still want to sell right now from selling is how low the price has sunk. And that can only last so long. It's probably sunk a lot lower than $6,800 I assure.
Even people who love the game will probably want to sell it after 18-24 months. I love AVLE to death, and played it to death, and so am now willing to part with it. But not for $4,500. I've found that now that I leave the game alone for extended stretches I can return to it and get the magic back, so it's still working for me. When it stops working that way maybe I will sell out for cheap....I'm sure STLE owners feel the same, especially after paying 10% more for their nib than I paid for AVLE.