I really dislike Ebay's new practice of not showing what an item actually sold for when using their Buy-It-Now option. For instance, this uber-common diecut was offered at a laugh-inducing $229.99, made even more comical by its poor condition. It sold but for what price? If it was somewhere in the $50-65 range, then I would say the buyer did well. For every dollar above that range, the buyer got less and less of a deal.
Mark B. Ledenbach's vintage Halloween collectibles blog.