A bit of a vent, but also cautionary tale when selling used gear: I recently purchased a 50-200 non-SWD lens on another board to give it a try with my E-M1. It performed great, but left me longing for just that extra bit of performance the SWD version would give me (which it does, well worth the slightly extra cost). Well, I ended up with the SWD version and needed to sell the non-SWD. Tried here and FM for a bit with no interest or offers. So I contacted Adorama. Love buying from them and have always had good transactions. A fellow gave me a call, CLEARLY explained two-day shipping to them, that they pay 70% of their SELLING price and the transaction would be smooth and easy. Cool, I thought. Thirty seconds later he'd sent a UPS label and I packaged it up. This is where the seemingly smooth process reminded me of the early 80s with the notorious bait and switch, high pressure that the mail order companies were known for. First, it went ground. So two days turned into a week. The quick quote promised took nearly another week and when I did finally receive it, they offered 30% of what they sell the same lens for. Needless to say I was aggravated: two weeks into a process that I was told would take three to four days and they offer 30% instead of the promised 70%. I had them return it, and made sure it was two day UPS. So I re-advertised here. Nothing. Amazon has trade-in credits, so I checked. They offered $273 for the lens, pending it met the trade-in criteria. Gave me a packing slip, gave me a UPS label and within one day of receipt I had $273 in trade credit. I will still shop with Adorama, but will never offer a trade-in again. I was really disappointed with the tactics used. I've sold to KEH before as well, and they let you know up front what price they will pay (sometimes more than I could sell an item for here or on FM). Anyway, so now I've got trade credit for m43 gear on my want list: an E-M5, 12mm, 12-40 or ?