Okay, so I took a different tact with one of my current auctions. I have a Fendi I've been hanging on to for MONTHS, and I'd never carry it myself, so I got gutsy: I tried starting real low to generate interest, following suit with a lot of others on eBay, like this one: http://cgi.ebay.com/Authentic-FENDI-B-Straw-Bag-with-Green-Python-Trim_W0QQitemZ190104708594QQihZ009QQcategoryZ63852QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem However, I noticed an auction (and forgive me - this auction ended over 30 days ago, so I can't pull it up in the completed listings anymore) in the "completed listings" that started at $49.00, but the seller stated, "I reserve the right to cancel this auction if bidder doesn't reach what I need it to." I was like, HUH?!?!?! It was a no reserve auction - isn't that what reserve prices are for?? Ultimately, her auction made it to $1,425, and so far I've got 4 bids on my bag and over 1 day left, but is this even a legit tactic in selling? It seems downright unfair to me....The fact of the matter is, I may take a HUGE loss on this bag, but that's a risk you take with auctions that start low, right?? Has anyone else seen this?