Hi everyone, been a long time since I've been in the Mini forum. I recently sold my 13" rMBP and picked up a new 15" rMBP to replace it and my late 2012 Mac Mini. Selling the 13" rMBP was easy, I looked on Ebay and saw what they were going for and I put in on Craigslist and it was gone in less than 24 hours. Now it's time to sell the Mini, and this has me a little confused on where the market is at on this thing. I have a late 2012 Mini with the 2.3 quad core i7 and originally it had 4GB ram and the 1TB HD. Since then I've upgraded it to 16GB ram and a 256GB SSD. If you price a new Mini with the 2.3/4/1TB option form Apple you are at $799, but if you option it out to the way mine is setup with 16GB ram and a 256GB SSD you are at a whopping $1,299! That's a huge difference in price. I know that "most" people buy the base model and upgrade it the way I did for fairly cheap so it wouldn't be wise to ask too much for the upgrades I've done to it. So my main question is, would I be better off putting the original 4GB ram and 1TB HD back in it and sell it as a base model 2.3/4GB/1TB or should I leave my upgrades in it and ask a couple hundred more? Looking on Ebay the prices are all over the place for these things. And of course yes I know this all depends on what happens at WWDC tomorrow if they announce a new Mini or now. Thanks for any advice in advance.