It's not uncommon to get a BNIB Speedy Pro at 30 to 35% off MSRP at an AD. So that's $2925 to $3150 for a 3570.50. I would just save a bit more and grab one from an AD rather than buy used to flip it in the future for a new one. I realize at those used prices that's another 33%, but in the long run, it just seems to make more sense. You may be able to find an even better deal with AD's looking to clear out the 3570.50 for the newer models.