For the sake of discussion, let's go along with the numbers you presented, that 27% of 131,023 items on the broker are listed by inactive/retired accounts, accounting for 35,376 items. You state that your personal situation is an edge case. By definition, an edge case isn't representative of something that has value to the player base as a whole. I can even agree that some other people will be in a similar situation to you, but once again, the same edge case statement applies. Thank you for being honest, in stating that you as an individual: -Do not experience lag -Actively play 6 accounts and 20+ alts. -Have a lifetime of wealth -Do not want to see 35000+ items delisted because something might "look cool". I could also speculate on numbers, but as you said, it is just conjecture. What it really comes down to, is you are worried about possibly losing a diamond in the rough, where a retired account may have an item listed that can no longer be obtained via in-game means, or can still be obtained but you don't want to do such, despite having enough time to play 6 accounts with 20+ alts. I do not believe this type of edge case justifies the 35000+ additional entries to the broker database, but I get why you as an individual are not supportive of any delisting.