Be aware that if you're in the market for a new home or will be soon, and you buy and sell high dollar games, be sure and make a "bill of sale" for these games and keep a PDF copy handy. The lender will ask you about a million times what these large debits and deposits are, and they want a paper trail. Of course this could apply to any large purchases or sales. When many new and used pinball games cost north of 6K, it gets their attention. Not sure where the cutoff is. One bank was interested in a 3K sale and the other bank ignored that one.