I usually look at "newly listed" or "highest price" when doing a search. Sometimes, though, amazing stuff is priced low usually because the seller doesn't know what he or she is selling, and then has a lousy description so the item flies below the radar. Thus, it can really pay off to wade through the listings sometimes. Thanks to this, I've paid under $100 for, to name a few, (all in my size) a perfect pair of brand new Lattanzi's, a Henry Poole double-breasted black overcoat (with red lining), and the EG/RLPL brown suede monkstrap shoes I'm wearing today. Also, there is SO MUCH Oxxford on EBay, that the market price just seems to get driven down; thus, it's unbelievably common how easy it is to get perfect (but supposedly lightly used) Oxxford slacks for between $50-$85, Oxxford blazers for $65-$200, and Oxxford suits for $85-$225. I generally just skip past the listings for new Oxxford and seek out the good, reputable sellers, who have good pictures and good feedback, who are selling the like new items. It's also possible to get great deals on auctions by sellers who have crappy pictures (who wants to bid/take the risk?) and who have bad feedback -- however, I avoid these entirely unless the seller is very good about responding to my email inquiry (if I even bother with that).