I acquired 5 AutoCAD boxes with manuals and everything inside them from a company that was going to throw them away. They do not contain the software, only the paper manuals and box inserts. Since I don't use AutoCAD and have no use for any of this, I put it on eBay and just received notice that the "intellectual property rights owner" requested that these items be de-listed, which eBay did. I always thought that selling software manuals was about the same as selling books - e.g. you can't photocopy them (copyright law applies), but you can sell them outright. Who is right - me or eBay/Autodesk? And if I'm right but eBay won't let me relist, anyone wanna buy some AutoCAD boxes/manuals?