Seems a fine topic to me... I was glad you posted the link Virex, it saved me doing the search. I don't see a problem with it right now.
His price is very low on it... Finally.
$150 is not unreasonable at all for a to-scale (Not 1 to freakin' 1 scale) 1:18-ish Millenium Falcon I think. Good for him...
This gorgeous piece is an original design by New Jersey Artist Michael Fright, who has been featured in The Courier Post and other periodicals. Any serious Star Wars fan will be proud to feature this piece in their collection.
Boy I sure hope his hand didn't get tangled in his "haircut" when he patted himself on the back there! And it's not an "original design".
WTF? It's the Millenium Falcon! It's an original design to LFL, not Michael Fright.
Anyway, he's at least got this quite reasonably priced for the size and details he did I think. I mean it is 4 feet long. Good for him... and semi-reasonable shipping too at $40. Coulda asked for more but I think he was fair.
I still don't get why you'd make these things to sell them though, unless he's in need of some cash flow which then is understandable. To me though, when I accomplished a to-scale Falcon I'd wanna play with it.
Heft it on my back and make "Woosh" sounds while running with it in my front yard... My plume of long hair (in the back) flowing as I ran...
ok ok ok, I'll stop.