I knocked wood before posting. I know most prefer to sell through ebay and talkbass, but it seems easiest for me to do the craigslist thing. I've probably sold about 20 items, and every experience has been a good, if not great one. I just keep 2 absolute rules for myself. They must pay cash, and I must have a number and call and speak with a person before meeting up. I usually let them come into my house to check out equipment, if at all questionable I meet in a public place. I sold an Ibanez ATK yesterday for $225, which seems to be an awesome price as some people I noticed are asking a whole lot more these days. Anyhow, I had to put a guy off for 2 weeks because of various reasons, but then finally called him, he came over, he was a super cool bass playing dude - we hung and chatted for a while - AND he gave me $240 for the bass. Insisting I keep the extra. So much easier to me than haggling here, shipping, and dealing with might be the nitpickings of someone not totally satisfied. Using craigslist, people can check out what they're buying, and I don't have to worry about them noticing a scratch that slipped by me or my camera. Most of my experiences were identical to the above. Just one other I want to share, which seems to reinforce the notion that karma is a real thing. Was selling a zoom pedal for $30 once. It was at a good time when I had multiple endorsements, and was getting a lot of stuff for free. A kid haggled me down to $25. When he came to get the pedal he wanted to know if there was any way I could go down to $20. I saw he was hurting for money and I told him to just take the pedal and keep his money. The look on his face was worth so much more than that $20. I think it kinda actually scared him. I asked him to just pay it forward one day. He ran out of my place as though I pulled a gun on him. I'm a craigslist fan.