I'm desperately trying to sell my MacBook Pro but I'm having real difficulty. I just wasted £30 on an eBay auction that never met the reserve price. Am I asking too much for it? I don't think I am. The specs are: * Early Rev. A MacBook Pro, 1.83Ghz Core Duo * 1.5GB RAM * 80GB HD It has some minor cosmetic wear (the metallic paint is starting to wear where I rest my palms) with a few minor scuffs on the bottom and 3 or 4 of the keys are wearing away - nothing you wouldn't expect from a 2 year old, well used machine. Other than that its in fine condition with no faults. Mac2Sell values this at £680. My eBay reserve was £600 although I was hoping to get a little bit more than this; it only reached £476. One person contact me asking how much I wanted for it in cash and I said £600 and they replied "thanks for reply but it seems quite expensive even at #600 - macbook new is only 699 with warranty and faster processor." I'm not sure the above person realised that a MBP and a MacBook aren't directly comparable, even a 2 year old MBP given the bigger screen size and better graphics. I think the above person is just being a cheapskate and that a MBP, even a 2 year old one, for £600 is a bargain. Maybe I'm wrong. Am I asking for too much?