I can't seem to get the hang of this...for example, just now I got a question asking whether I would sell my item for half the list price and that "the price was different than at Barney's". I replied by specifying the actual price at Barney's which is about $200 over my asking price, and saying that I would not sell it for half of my list price, but that I could drop the BIN to the starting bid if he wished. He responded by telling me that he didn't get through the first two lines of my response because I was rude and nasty. I thought I was just being informative, but I get this type of aggressive response a lot when I decline an insultingly low offer. Is there a better way to do it than to try to educate buyers on the actual value of the item, to show that I'm not overcharging?