I basically said something like this yesterday in the "which animated toys will be scalped" thread but since the anti-scalper sentiment is apparently growing stronger I thought it would be cool to start a thread like this to jab a stick in their eye. I'm fortunate enough to finally have my debt under control, nearly eliminated so buying these toys and comics does not require any real sacrifice financially anymore. However due to the way I earn a living, which is driving a semi truck over the road five days a week, there is no way I will tolerate driving the circuit of local retailers over and over for weeks on end to find what I want. So my solution has been to buy on line like 90% of the time , but now I'm about to go 100%. There's already a $400 cushion above my required F-U pad in my account, so when the Universe/Classics 2.0 and Animated are up for prorder its done and done. I know all of us have different circumstances and responsibilities and can't do this but, if those of us that can started doing this it wouldn't take long for these ass holes to figure out they need to find some other fandom to pray upon. As far as missing the hunt goes HA! Whats to miss? I gotta tell ya, coming home to big brown boxes full of robots every couple of weeks is sweet. It beats the hell out of driving to those same stores in the same order to find the same disorganized, bare bones, scavenger picked isles full of nothing but disappointment yet again, all while paying a premium for the gas to do your weekly exercise in futility. Basically my logic is to let them spend all there money on what they perceive to be toys they can easily flip for a quick profit, and then let them sit on them and see there is no longer much of a market or demand for said toys. It wont take long for them to call it a day and move on to greener pastures. So what due you think? Is my logic sound, and could we get a movement going so all on board could initiate this practice for Universe/Classics2.0 and or animated?