I've been debating selling my 4 and buying the iPhone 5 unlocked for a while now. I decided I'd sell through amazon's trade-in since credit there is as good as cash and ebay sounds like a hassle. After opting to trade in they give you a week to ship so I've been checking their prices fairly regularly leading up to the announcement. Prices finally dropped from $255 for a "good" condition 32GB iPhone 4 to $212 after the announcement and they just recently dropped again to $191. Now this is all to be expected but I just checked how much they're offering for the 16gb version out of curiosity and it turns out they're offing $263 for "good" quality 16gb. What the H? I realize these quotes likely fluctuate due to supply and demand and are probably calculated then updated by an algorithm running on some computer but isn't one of their employees somewhere monitoring this stuff? This begs the question, if I select the 16gb iPhone 4 for trade-in and send them my 32gb do you think they will even say anything? I mean why in the world would they pay people more for the smaller capacity version even if they have less in stock. Obviously anyone buying a used iphone 4 on amazon would be more then happy to be sent a 32gb for the same price if amazon ran out of the 16gb version. I already have a quote for my 32gb locked in at $212, I need to ship that by the 22nd. Is it worth being a filthy liar and saying I have the 16gb model for $50 more credit and more time before I have to ship? Obviously they check these things and I run the risk of them changing my credit amount to whatever the current quote is for a "good" quality 32gb version at the time they receive it. Check out the prices for yourselves, click trade in on the right side... 16GB 32GB Edit: While I was writing this the prices already changed. They are still offing more for the 16gb version but no where near the $84 differential for a "like new" condition that I saw 20 minutes ago. I did however lock in a quote for $263 for a "good" condition 16gb. Still don't know if I'll use it, even though in theory they should be happy I'm sending them a more expensive model.