I'm selling an early-2011 Macbook Pro 15" (MC721LL/A). More info here: https://support.apple.com/kb/sp620?locale=en_US . When I used it, it ran pretty slow. Whenever I'd open up say, Chrome or iTunes, it would take about 5-10 seconds for the application to actually open a new window. Finder was slow, preferences was slow, pretty much everything was slow. However, when I gave it to the person I'm selling it to, I wiped it pretty much clean before hand and it ran pretty fast and smoothly, especially for a four year old computer. I think he wiped it to its default factory settings, and I wouldn't be surprised if it was moving even faster now. As you can tell, this exchange was pretty informal, I'm only deciding on a price now about a month after I've given it to him. According to this site: http://www.everymac.com/systems/app...2011-unibody-thunderbolt-specs.html#macspecs1 -- the retail price now would be about $1150-$1300 USD. I'm in Canada, so that is well over $1400 CAD. However, this is obviously not in retail condition. There are a few minor nicks on the body itself, and even at its default setting now, I doubt it's as fast as it was when I first bought it. According to the sites below, where I live, they're going for around $750-$950 CAD, if I'm correct? Which is about $600-$750 USD. http://www.kijiji.ca/b-city-of-toronto/early-2011-macbook-pro-15/k0l1700273 http://toronto.craigslist.ca/search/sya?query=early+2011+macbook+pro+15 Do you think $800 CAD ($653 USD) with the charger included is too much to ask for? He believes it is worth $300 CAD ($244 USD), and that you can feasibly get an MBP of the same model brand new, out of the box, for $500 CAD ($408 USD). Who do you think is more off base? Thanks. (sorry if this is the wrong section) * Also, I've been notified that Apple has a Repair Extension Program (more info: https://www.apple.com/ca/support/macbookpro-videoissues/), which states that if the customer has any of the recurring problems present in the same model I own, they can just get it checked out and get it repaired. I believe this would obviously apply to my model, and would be a huge plus for the person I'm selling it to, as I had experienced those same display issues in late 2014. After around January or February of 2015, however, I didn't experience a single display issue like I had the year prior. Not sure what caused that weird jump in display issues that lasted a couple months, but nonetheless, if they come back, Apple has a program that can fix it.