Great title from a history book about the Dutch during the reformation. Apparently, they made a lot of money.
In my case, I didn't _make_ a lot of money, as got a bit lucky with deciding to sell of all my Battlefleet Gothic fleets and then discovering that the entire line was dropped by GW in their infinite wisdom [sometimes I LOVE those guys!] so a quick tour of eBay auctions revealed high prices and aggressive bidding. With great hopes, I spent several hours organizing and making good auctions with pics. There were 16 Eldar ships, 11 Ork, an Imperial Fleet of 9 + 10 escorts, two chaos fleets of 7 and 5 plus escorts, a system defense fleet and a bunch of traders, and a intro box set mostly untouched with some extra bits. The total over several auctions was over $900! A few guys from France bought most of it, oddly.
So what shall I do? It's way more than I ever thought I'd make in the near future on gaming auctions. Based upon my rules, it's certainly available for gaming purposes, but I still have far more projects than I can do and need to sell off even more. Decisions, decisions...
Well, you can help decide! There's a POLL AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE so feel free to express your opinion and as we say in Philly - "Vote early, vote often!"