This is perhaps an odd question – I’ve never sold anything before that wasn’t in perfect working condition, and I’ve never bought anything second-hand that wasn’t listed as “Very Good” or “Excellent” condition – so I’m not familiar with the precedents if any. I have a piece of equipment that I no longer use, that I’d like to sell, that I know would appeal to certain buyers…but that doesn’t work perfectly. (It works, but intermittently.) I have no intention of being deceptive or not being completely up front about the condition of the unit. I intend to use the phrase “As Is” numerous times in whatever For Sale ads I put up, I intend to describe the symptoms of its less-than-perfect performance, I intend to include some suggestions on how I would refurbish the unit to get it to 100% working condition, and I intend to price it considerably below the going rate for a 100% working second-hand unit in Very Good condition. I’m not sure if I’m asking an ethical question or a logistical question, but…does anyone see this as being a problem? I realize that buyers on Craig’s List or eBay are notorious for not reading the fine print, and so I’m sure I’ll have to weed out a lot of bozos and tire-kickers who somehow expected this thing would work perfectly no matter how many caveats to the contrary I include in my ad copy. I also feel like the Classifieds on TalkBass attract a more intelligent customer and so I’d like to think reading comprehension wouldn’t be such a problem if I posted my ad here…but because I feel that this site is more of a family or community than Craig’s List or eBay, I’d prefer not to risk a negative reputation as “that guy who sold the crap that didn’t work.” Am I over-thinking this? Does semi-non-working gear get sold “As Is” around here all the time? Just looking for suggestions on the most effective and drama-free way to unload this piece of gear. Thanks.