I never said they should take a loss. If a set costs them $10 to make and package and ship they can sell it for $25 without taking a loss. In fact they’d still make a HUGE profit. What I’m saying is they shouldn’t be charging $83.50. That’s not simply refusing to take a loss. It’s greed. It’s like the Mint charging $150 for a bullion American Silver Eagle. They make money charging only $2 over spot so criticizing them if they raised it to $150 isn’t asking them to stop making a profit. It’s simply asking not to fleece customers.