I wont mention race (even though I share the same latitude as them) because it distracts people from understanding the point, but it seems that iPad hunters in every major city are reporting the same experience in finding a post-launch iPad. "Resellers" are dominating every line to the point where more that 75% of every daily shipment is purchased by people foreign resellers. So is it really possible that more than half of all Post-Launch iPads are being sent OUT the country? From my 4 day experience of daily Apple Store visits in Vegas then every day I was shut out due to "resellers" and it progressively got worse. And based on what my friend who spoke "reseller" then the story was that its just a few masterminds who would essentially exploit immigrants by paying them $50-100 to buy iPads and flip them in another country for 4x profit. I know some people defend this action by saying "Apple makes the sale so its not Apple's problem" but battling demand and gray market distribution in other countries should definitely not be a CONSUMER problem. We're perfectly willing to battle against people from neighboring suburbs but for Apple to expect us to battle international distribution channels is a bit much so maybe they should use temporary solutions like "Credit Card only", "One Per Customer" or "Online Pre-Sale".