I'm selling my early 2011 base 15" MacBook Pro (2GHz i7, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD) on Craigslist right now so I can get rid of it before the redesign is out (I know it's all speculation but it's a risk that I'm willing to take). I was asking $1,200 because it has a few heavy-ish dents/scratches on the lid, but otherwise it's in great condition. After sifting through all of the spam and scam emails, I got a few legit buyers. However, I listed it in 2 different areas because I live in one state and my dad lives in the other (I'll be there for the first week this summer). This person that is offering $1,075, I originally was going to say no to. But I realized that they replied to the listing that's in my area (the other listing was listed in Minneapolis, so I expected most/all messages to be from there). So I asked them which area they were from, and they're not only in the same area as me, but they're in the same town as me. Now I live in a small town, so that's pretty damn convenient. We could meet at a cafe a mile from where I live today and be done with it. However, that's still $125 less than I wanted, but her justification was legitimate (that new MacBooks will be out soon). But I also got a phone call yesterday from a man in the Minneapolis area and he was interested, and I'm assuming that he'd be offering the full $1,200. I still need to call him back, but I'm really feeling good about this offer from the woman in my town. So, say this guy is offering the full $1,200 for it and he's serious. Do I sell it to the girl in my town, a lot easier, but miss out on $125, or do I sell it to the guy in Minnesota? Note that he's an hour from my dad's so we would need to meet up with him probably when I'm on my way down there.