I'm going to put the unused Cyclone I scored recently up for sale. It is probably a pretty rare piece and I hope will fetch a good price. It seems to have been never played, and the unmarked plastic film is still in place on the guard and trem cover. There are a few pinhead sized blemishes visible on the guitar's face, I think from handling. Also, when looking at the paint obliquely, I can see a few places where the gig bag zipper left tiny marks, but they would possibly buff out. I'm not going to try to do that myself. I mention the condition details because I have heard of sales going south and the seller getting hosed for the full value due to the buyer claiming on receipt to find flaws were not represented in the listing. I have tried to take pics of these, but they are really so minor as to be invisible from a couple of feet away. I'm curious if anyone has had a transaction go bad based on a similar scenario. Also, do you have strong feelings that Ebay or Reverb is a superior or lesser selling medium? I'm particularly concerned about risk of loss or being taken advantage of. Even though I live in a great place for finding gear deals, it is not a good market for a local sale. Any feedback welcome. I have only been buying guitars in recent years, have no experience trying to sell for a good price. Thanks.