Originally Posted by Flight Director
we manually input the data.. only way...
right now for the data in the system we rely on our users to input that data... trying to automatically get the sell price from ebay opens up a world of issues and incorrect data.
How can the orignal list price be a true indication of what a model is worth ?
The fact that some models for whatever reason due to limited numbers or being very popular or being the first of makes this model go up in value.
Ebay is only one way of monitoring this increase or decrease in value.
The Showtime 100 is one of the toughest to get and is selling for way more than the 81.54 USD we have in the database.
There have also been members that have put in the wrong values for whatever reason. This is incorrect data.
If you want us to have a realistic view of what our collections are truly worth for purposes of insuring them or selling them or whatever there should be a better system then just using in most cases the list price form the manufacturer.