I enjoy scanning through the marketplace adds. Seeing what is available. Salivating on what I wish I could have. And sometimes see something that I feel warrants selling or trading off one of my own. However, I have been noticing that the adds lately are getting a little nuts. I've seen quite a few "players condition" games going for 1k or more over the archive price. Lots of games with "some led's" and "some cracked plastics" going for pristine or even restored prices. What's up with that? These are common on Craigslist where prices are usually 1k to 2k overpriced, but pinside marketplace adds are usually reasonable. Also, lots more firm adds. One even said would not respond to any offers other than firm. I guess maybe people feel the supposed market saturation that is coming will drop used prices so everyone is trying to make a buck. I would think a players condition game (worn spots and maybe a cracked plastic) would put you at the bottom end of the market archive price. Is this just me? On the other hand, Zampinator put a bunch of pins with great mods in great HUO condition for extremely reasonable prices. I almost jumped at one...but the drive was a bit too much. So, I guess there are the diamonds in the rough...but used to be those were the common adds.