Testing the second market and seeing what the second market will actually bear are two different things. Looks like there are a half a dozen people trying the "let's see what happens" approach. Even if the sales closed at those inflated prices it still seems fairly insignificant as it's less than a percent of the buyers. If maybe 10 or 20 percent of the buyers successfully flipped their spot I think Spooky would have to wonder if they left money on the table. I don't think that's the case. There's probably a couple of buyers with FOMO who might pull the trigger but that's going to be an anomaly. At least they're not reselling toilet paper.