UPDATE: These have now been sold (9/25/10). Thank you. I am not a photographer, so please forgive the lack of technical terms. I have 4 AlienBees lights (B800, WS 320), 2 Lightgear USA stands (LS3900), and 2 big light clamps (they hook on the stands & hold the lights), all barely used. I sell antique & vintage quilts & linens. A few years ago, I hired a photographer to come in & assess my needs to be able to photograph the quilts for online sales. The quilts are large and they need to hang for the photos. On his recommendation, I purchased the above equipment. He also had me purchase a camera that could hook up with the lights with a wire to make them flash. The last thing he had me purchase were two other light stands so I could run a pole between them and hang the quilts on the pole. The financial output was really large, but I need a way to photograph these. Long story short ... I am not a photographer. Try as I might, I never could figure out how to get the lighting correct. I read, researched, asked questions on forums, etc. And gave up. Learning to use all of this equipment had to be secondary to my actual business. After a very short time, I had to move on to something that I could understand how to work ... 4 bright lights (purchased from EZCube) that stay on until I turn them off. I have continued using the new camera & same way to hang the quilts. So, here I am with the AlienBees lights, the 2 Lightgear stands, & the 2 heavy clamp things. I need to sale them, don't know where to start, and really could use some advice. How do I know how much to ask - they were purchased July 2006, but were barely used and stored in a hall closet since? When I list these, do I need to include photos of them or do the brand & model numbers speak for themselves? What other information do I need to include? And do y'all have any suggestions for shipping these (other than pack very well padded)?