OK, so, long story short, I was browsing some online classifieds and found a used-only-once D700 for about $800 Canadian (!!!). It included some genuine-enough looking pictures of it (though, I'm sure they could have easily been taken from an eBay auction or something) a short, poorly-worded description. This has got to be too good to be true, but I figure there's no harm in asking about it. My email correspondence with the "seller" is as follows... RED FLAG #1: Seller claims to be a "Martin Smith". Talk about your generic names. RED FLAG #2: Poor spelling and grammar. RED FLAG #3: This guy is living in a different continent from where the camera was advertised. RED FLAG #4: Doesn't answer my question directly and is way too eager to give me way more information than I asked for. RED FLAG #5: Gives me some lame-crap BS excuse about the economy. RED FLAG #6: Gives me some sob-story about losing his family business. RED FLAG #7: Wants to deal with online money transfers and shipping ... no face-to-face communication. I'm not entirely sure I've deciphered his pathetic English correctly, but it sounds like he's actually willing to ship it to me before payment, so what's the deal on this one? Maybe it's hot?