This is an idea whose viability I've wondered about for a while, so feel free to kill it through non-participation. We have, on these fora, a large number of people who would like very specific items at a small cost. We also have a number of scavengers, myself included, who hit up liquidations, thrifts, etc. on an extremely regular basis. This is in addition to a number of members who would simply like to lighten the load on their own personal closets. It seems like some use could be made of a "Want it Now" ala eBay scheme, wherein posters offer up specific requests (e.g. "I want a blue gingham check shirt of reasonable quality in a 14.5/32") and perhaps state what these requests are worth to them e.g. ("I would pay $20 for it"). I would think it would be in the best interest of things to keep offers, etc. public so that others will be aware that requests have been fulfilled. This is assuming the request is not something that would require continual fulfillment, e.g. "I would like as many repp ties as possible, each one is worth $10 to me." Anyway, it's an idea. Seems that a bit of money could be mutually earned and saved this way without the in-store guesswork of "I wonder if someone on the forum would like this?" I'll kick things off by saying that I am very much wanting a pair of extremely dark (not necessarily raw) denim jeans that are fitted through the body, have a fairly low rise, and are either straight or slightly bootcut. My favorite pair of jeans is in shambles and I'm still pouting. I don't care at all if they're new, and as I am fairly broke at the moment, this would be worth about $50 to me.