And how if you think they have. The general sense would be that prices would increase due to increased numbers of buyers, namely old fans who've 're-remembered' g1 transformers due to the movie impounding TF back into everyone's mind. A fellow tfw2005 board member though (sorry forgot who) aptly pointed out a few months back that this TF-awareness-raising could also make lots of potential sellers realize what they've had in their attics/closets for the past 20 years and that now would be a great time to sell them, and thus that the general trend of $^ should not necessarily be assumed. I lurk around ebay often enough, and I'm not sure what to make of the movie influence yet. What I do feel, some (G1) auctions have been going for out-of-ordinary prices, perhaps more so than usual. I still see things going for decent/average prices (thank you complete devi with card backs for $50), but a higher frequency of over-the-top selling prices, and on these auctions the prices usually get quite high quite fast (to me, a sign of amateur bidders, who end up bidding their upper limit with 4 days left, and then still wanting it and bidding double their upper limit by the time it ends). Here's one, $80 for a moc brawl (seems more like a high mosc price to me), I'll look for more but I think I deleted some (sunstreaker 90% complete for over 100?): http://cgi.ebay.ca/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=160129345395&ssPageName=STRK:MEWA:IT&ih=006 Observations? Opinions?