It bugs me to no end how people crap all over the Marketplace here at MacRumors. If someone wants to sell their broken Apple Keyboard for $800, why do a lot of people feel the need to point out that you can get a broken Apple Keyboard on ebay for much less, or that a similarly configured working keyboard costs $xx. A quick review of the rules shows: Even if the edu price is cheaper than the person is selling for, that's irrelevant. You're breaking the rules by posting to their thread telling them so. If they want to sell their item for a PREMIUM and manage to get someone to pay that PREMIUM, let them do it! More power to them! I certainly know that when I walk into a brick and mortar store there isn't someone standing there saying, "You could get this cheaper elsewhere with an edu discount." Nor is there someone on Amazon saying the same thing. Let the buyer decide if it's worth their time and effort to look for a deal. In a very real way, this actually falsely affects what an item is worth. My question: Is anyone else bothered by this? Or am I alone?