Recently there have been several situations in which a highly coveted and/or hard to find bag has popped up and a kind PF'er has alerted us all in hopes that someone in the Chanel forum can snag the bag. I'm sure that we're all polite enough to "line up" for first dibs, but I find it difficult to discern what the acceptable wait time should be before it's the next person's "turn" to claim the item. It seems like an even harder decision for SAs, who are caught between making a sale (which is their job), versus respecting the original person who placed the bag on hold. Most companies do not allow items to be held past a certain time limit, which adds yet another layer of complexity. For example: Let's say that a gray 2.55 reissue size 227 magically appeared at Saks and someone started a thread to let us all know. A PF'er (or anyone else for that matter) then places it on hold but doesn't confirm whether she has purchased it or passed. Personally, I'd feel torn between wanting to grab the bag yet wanting to be respectful since I know I wasn't first in line and it's not my "right" to. I struggle with if it's even kosher for me to call and place another hold on the item! Maybe I'm overanalyzing things. Is it such a moral dilemma or am I just thinking too much? What do y'all think??