As a seller, I have to say, I haven't been buying as much partly because stuff doesn't seem to be moving as it once did. Trousers still do well, but I've got several unsold sportcoats and other items lying around. I've had to return some very nice items, too, which I strongly dislike having to do. Just look at all the threads offering Greens but without a taker. Maybe that's because of GVH's big EG blowout, but that's another reason I haven't listed -- fear that people are feeling tapped out. It's also a tricky time of year to sell. Summer stuff generally does less well than other seasons -- less businessy, I suppose. But a lot of guys aren't interested in buying fall-winter stuff either -- too unseasonal. Another complicating factor: The "no bumping" rule means that a thread can go from the top of the first page to the second in the span of three or four hours. Once that happens, it's done. I'm not trying to criticize the mods here -- everyone should get a chance at selling. But it sure makes bulk selling more difficult. I can't risk having 15 $200 items sitting unsold on page 6. Couple all this with the fact that eBay seems stone dead, and buying a big lot of clothes means I could get stuck with them, or end up subsidizing the cost.