Ken, I am almost always responding because I see a very good deal. I maybe go and look 1 in 20 times at the very most. A contact from me sounds like this. "I want your X. When can I pick it up?" Hem haw'rs, negotiators, these are mistakes. Mistakes of greed. In today's world, people tend to sell to those who are brave enough to take it. Every single time I hem and haw or want to come look, it seems like I'm the loser that didn't get to take the item home. Doing that leaves the door open to somebody like me. I'm ready to come get it when I contact somebody. Once in a very great while I might get a little sting but 39 times out of 40, the seller is putting money in my pocket in the sense they are giving me a $800 item for $300. There is enough of a gap in price and value that if I need to spend a little to bring it up to snuff, it's still a gift. A gift horse. My little Pony. I don't need to break somebody's arm behind their back for another $50 off. I'm not picking on you. I'm warning people why they lose out. They have no courage. People over discount the value of risk and make themselves the victim. I bag the item. I always follow through.