Maybe it's just my taste (which I didn't really think there must have been much of a market for), but I got a splash of sticker shock this week. I hadn't gone music shopping online for awhile, and had been making a list of stuff to finally get around to getting next time I wanted to binge. The other night I started going over the list, to find to my surprise just how wild prices have gotten. There doesn't seem to be any correlation between stock and popularity and recent release dates, and, well, ANYthing. I just kept bouncing back and forth between Amazon and Discogs, and stuff I would have expected to find for around seven dollars, seems to be four times that, used. Now, I'm not a mainstream kind of guy, and I don't suppose you are either. Anybody else here noticing you're just as likely to find CD's going for many times what you would have expected to be list prices lately, on non-deluxe, midline artist selections these days?