Okay... so I took my 3GS to the Apple Store and got it replaced. It kept doing weird stuff in the middle of a couple of apps (Facebook and my local news station's app)... the guy at the Genius bar tested it, and said he did see those apps hanging on the diagnostic, and it didn't seem that it should be the phone, but if I'd already wiped and reset it (I had, it was my 2nd trip to complain about this), he'd give me a replacement phone. Took shiny, new replacement phone (refurb/or new OEM, one never knows) home, stuck it in our lightbox, took photos, and posted it on Craigslist a few hours ago. (I have a 32gb ip4 now, so I don't NEED the 3GS) It is a white, 16gb 3GS (like new... for real), including box and all cables, earbuds, and a hardshell black case that looks new. I listed it for 400 dollars. Not because I expect to get that much (I want 300). But, because I know that people on CL are notorious lowballers. I've had 2 offers since I posted it a few hours ago, and they've been for 220 and 225. Is it really proper negotiating etiquette to just send a 5 word comment offering a person nearly half their requested amount for goods listed for sale? I mean, no opening salutation? No fishing around to see how much less I might be willing to take? This phone is in far better condition than the 3G I sold last year, OR the 1st gen I sold the year before, and I got 325 for the 3G and 350 for the 1st gen. Am I missing something crucial? Is the 3GS really that undesirable? From what I have observed, part of the problem in the market is that people sell their phones for next to nothing. It's like they have no concept of their value. Maybe they're college kids or teens whose parents spoil them buy upgrading their phones every year and they don't care what they recoup because it's just money for beer or pot... I really just dunno. If the phone was damaged in some way, or even had signs of wear (there are none), I would've listed it for a bit less. Eh... advice, anyone? I'm happy to adjust my expectations. I'm not in a hurry to sell the phone. But, these offers of 220 and 225 are just crazy. I'd rather give it to one of my kids.