This morning I got an email letting me know that a "used" GX8 was available on amazon.com for $782.99. https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-lis...&sr=8-3&keywords=panasonic+gx8&condition=used It occurred to me that some people may not know of a couple of tricks that we cheapskates like to use: 1) camelcamelcamel.com will give you price history on anything sold on Amazon, both new and used. Example: Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GX8KBODY DSLM Mirrorless 4K Camera Body Only, Dual Image Stabilization (Black) (B011B8QW38) And, as you can see, they jack around with prices quite a bit. The reason I got the email was that I had set a trigger for $800 and the trigger price was hit. 2) I have found that "Amazon Warehouse Deals" are a good way to save money. On a product page there is often a link to "used" copies of the product. In many cases, though, what Amazon Warehouse Deals is offering as "used" are really brand new products returned by customers for some reason or simply brand new products with damaged packaging. I regularly check for these when I'm buying something and always buy when they are available. I have never been disappointed. There are also third parties offering used items on Amazon. I have never tried anything but the warehouse deals though. Caveat emptor. So there 'ya go. A couple of tools for the patient cheapskate. Hopefully this post will help someone save a few bucks.