Apple Power Mac G5 2.7 + cinema display 30" BRAND NEW *Brand New* POWERMAC G5 2.3 Ghz 2GB RAM & 23" Display I was browsing the UK site to see how my own auction was going. And i found these two little gems ... This 'seller' has two different account names, yet the same email address to contact - firstname.lastname@example.org. It gets better, he is one lucky guy (As well as an impulse buyer?) because not soon after buying his NEW 2.7Ghz that he does not want, he got that 2.3Ghz G5 as a prize in a 'contest'. Well there must be a hell of a lot of contest's around because i see 'contest prizes' in the form of PowerMacs on eBay every week. Did you notice that one 'buyer' is buying both systems too? fredy2aol has a mac fetish because he is not only buying the 2.7Ghz system for over £3000 but the 'contest' prize 2.3 too... or maybe he is actually just in it and trying to push the price up (since they started at £100). It's irritating because it hurts sellers as well as buyers. Actual 'real' systems (like mine) appear overpriced because someone runs a scam like this offering maxed outs specs for super low prices. Results end up being 'potential buyers' overlook authentic deals, go for scams - lose money, think twice next time about buying anythig like that from eBay and the seller loses a potential sale and has to repay to rebook the item. If i look at other auctions i can find many more examples where things look dodgy.... why arent eBay doing anything about this? This seems to be a regular thing.