Rathadin wrote: For the record, you are misunderstanding what I was saying (and I wasn't even trying to make an argument against your beloved mod). I stated my methods. No need to get offended when someone doesn't think the mod is as worthwhile as you do. I was stating I never have found an issue pricing things the way I do. If someone made a mod like this, I wouldn't waste the time it took to download & install it because it wouldn't improve my gameplay really at all. All it might result in is me going to bed maybe 10 minutes sooner. If you are selling huge quantities of unstacked items, I suppose it would trim more time. I imagine someone would find a way to abuse it in an annoying manner automatically undercutting by a cp everytime some lists anything that costs less. Then again I wouldn't be surprised if that already existed. Seems to be a 3rd party unattended gameplay thing for nearly everything else. I will also say I find the broker system in EQ2 is less annoying to deal with than the WoW auctionhouse. If I played WOW more often & utilized the auctionhouse there for real selling, I might consider picking up that mod simply to have the information require to place something to sell & not lose my deposit coin. Here you don't have to worry about deposit & cut fees cutting into your profit. The buyer is taxed here. You don't have to worry about coming back to relist it in 12-48 hours if it doesn't sell and losing the money you put up to have it listed. Things stay listed for quite a while and you pay no fee for that. In the default interface you can see all of the items for sale, how much they are listed for, the actual selling price if you buy from the broker including what percentage markup you are paying for not going to the seller's home and when you list something you see the highest possible vendor price for the an item. So we have a fair amount of information a double click away, though it is on a per item basis. One thing I personally would like to see on the broker is for it to list the typical selling price of an item you are listing rather than the best case senario price they have listed. That price should reflect the price you'd get at the guild merchant or perhaps the city merchants that the vast majority of the playerbase sell to. I seriously doubt there are many people who won't play the game due to the way the broker works. There are many people who won't play the game because it's run by SOE & they have gotten themselves a bad reputation over the years. There are many who won't play anymore because of how their region has been treated (see many of the Euro players). There are many who won't play because of system requirement and graphics. There are people who are clueless and think that Eq2 is EQ1. I could go on and on. But the portion of people who won't play because they can't automatically undercut on the broker is probably really small. Just my 2 cp.