Yeah, I think price has a lot to do with it as well. All the 3 3/4" lines out there (Marvel Universe, Joes, Star Wars, etc.) are either approaching $8 each or are over that (Marvel Universe has been $8.44 at WM here since the beginning). I used to think that the slight increases didn't matter a whole lot to the collector base. Sure, we complain about it, but the majority of us still buy them (but maybe less). I think that breaking point is starting to become more prevalent now as the prices keep going up. Although a single case of Legacy figures can disappear pretty quickly with one collector, I do notice some other things sit a bit more now - where they would use to be "blink and miss them". A good example is in the CW line, where I would think a figure like Cad Bane would be a tough find - and although he is a bit rarer than others I imagine, I have seen them sit for awhile too. A few years back, that wouldn't have happened. Heck, with most lines, back in the days of $5-6 for 3 3/4" figures, or even $6-7 for the 6" scaled lines, a new wave would disappear nearly the same day it hit pegs (unless there was a ton of it). These days, it seems to trickle away, and reshipments often times start to sit even (depending on the line). The price ceiling is definitely starting to be met for a number of people I think. The overproduction/shipping of initial waves of lines (movie lines in particular) is a big factor too. It killed Indy, and may do the same to movie Joes.