Background: I am looking to get rid of my 15" Macbook Pro 'classic'. It has good specs: 2.4GHz C2D, 500GB HD, 4GB RAM, matte, and its best feature is that its in amazinglyawesomefantastic condition (seriously, keyboard cover used since day 1 so no oils, case is perfect, its been babied ). So I tossed it up on craigslist for the Twin Cities, Minnesota (which is a very active craigslist). I got a few nibbles, but no bites. And I was asking a very fair, and I would argue low price for this system. Has the availability of a 15" Macbook Pro @ $1700 hurt the sales of 'classic' Macbook Pro's that are arguably better spec'd? Has anyone else run into trouble trying to sell their 15" classics? I don't NEED to sell mine so I refuse to accept some of the absolutely insane offers people have given me on craigslist, but I have gotten comments attached to the offers that say things like "I saw your price of $1200 for the Macbook Pro. You can get a new one for $1700 so I find your asking of $1200 to be unreasonable. I can give you $650 cash today, let me know." Or am I alone on this (which wouldn't surprise me either)?