It's definitely not something to be resold online, that's for sure. You might break even at $800 shipped. Might. If somebody doesn't decide to teach "scalpers" a lesson by saying they never received it to get a refund. A few years ago, I almost pulled the trigger on half a dozen Castle Greyskulls. I was having so much trouble selling far cheaper figures that I just couldn't do it. In the short run, I was right. Mattel had many backers pull out (partly because Mattel did stupid things like shrink the door so HeMan couldn't stand in it and partly because they were phantom backers all along) and had to clearance them at half off. Then a few years later, they were suddenly selling for double retail (around $500). Fast forward to Unicron. Still trying to clear out far cheaper toys amidst cries of being priced out. Signs of recession are all around me locally too. To pay $600, let alone multiples of $600, two years upfront was unthinkable. It's not that I wasn't interested. I would've liked to have one. I just couldn't see paying so much so far upfront or a way to mitigate it by reselling extras. No doubt we'll hear stories of a few selling for a fortune. They'll be frontpaged right here at 2005 so we can all bring in ad revenue discussing how crazy it is. But I wasn't about to endanger an already precarious financial state with that commitment or drag massive shipping cartons to RetroCon for another five years hoping to find a buyer for them. Hope everybody that backed it is happy with what they eventually get but I think I'll live without it.