I guess this is more aimed at the dealers represented here... So, I'm talking with a certain dealer about a bass I saw on their website. The bass is new/old stock but we're talking "20 years" new/old stock (it's a 1986 model).. However, he's still asking the same price it was selling for from 20 years ago.. So, is 20 years in-store on a rack (who knows the last time the strings were changed, it was cleaned and set up, not to mention how many have monkey-pawed it over that time) still considered "as new" in order to still ask the new price from back when it actually -was- new? At what point does "new/old" stock become "old/old" stock becomes just plain "old"? In your opinion is the business justified in asking this much?