When it comes to selling things online - in this case, Transformers - the lowball has to be one of the worst aspects to deal with. Granted, when you don't set a price and leave it up to the buyer to name his/her own price, you want their offer to be reasonable and within the amount you originally spent. I'm sure that many of you can relate to the experience of taking on losses or getting lowballed, but what happens when the prices are set and you'd like to remain firm on them? Then someone makes you a low offer anyway without considering the charges to ship, paypal fees, finding suitable boxes/packaging, etc. I'd like to think that I'm fairly negotiable when it comes to pricing the Transformers that I sell (might not be ideal but still). In fact, I'm almost never looking to make a profit. I'll typically try to break even with what I spent originally. Or I try to keep the prices reasonable so as not to intimidate other buyers. But I hate it when you give someone an inch and they expect a mile. I also hate it when people try to whittle the price down to the point that it's practically free. I know I'm not alone in feeling this way. What are some your pet peeves when selling online, especially when it pertains to collectible action figures?