Here is a tip for eBay sellers to save on fees for higher priced items ($500 or more). eBay has a new policy that can actually greatly cut down the Final Value Fee of higher priced items. The policy allows the first five listings per month generated directly through the eBay listing page to be free of insertion fees and a fixed final value fee (FVF) percentage rate. The FVF rate of 8.75% is higher than normal for lower priced items, but where it gets good is that there is a $20 cap on the FVF. So a $3000 coin that would normally get hit with about a $70 FVF, but instead one would only be charged $20. I make sure to list my higher valued items each month to qualify for this program, and they do indeed stop at a $20 FVF. The cut off to where you start saving is for items over $500. The reasoning for tis is because a normal FVF for a $500 item (not the higher fixed rate) is about $19, plus the cost of the listing fee, which roughly equals $20. Anything that ends higher than $500 would have a higher FVF than $20, so you begin to save by following the "5 free listings" program. I should note that I normally list my eBay auctions through an auction management company and not directly through eBay, so when I have an expensive coin to list I just do it directly through eBay and it automatically qualifies as one of my first five listings for that month. If another seller lists all of their items directly through eBay, they would have to make sure to line up the higher priced ones to be within those five special listings each month. Here is the eBay link for the program: http://pages.ebay.com/sell/June2009/List5Free/index.html I wasn't sure which category to list this topic in, so please feel free to move it if FAQ is not the right place.