Hey all, I just stumbled on a used Heritage H150 gold top in a local store today. I went back to the office and dated it from the Heritage web site. It's a '95. The thing is pretty beat. It has a nasty, deep scratch (not showing wood) right by the pup selector and various dings and scratches over the entire guitar, including the top of the headstock. Some of the weird wear marks are down to the wood, like in the cutaway right next to the binding on the top. It has various dings and scratches all over the back of the neck. It plays well and sounds good. The bridge is the stock roller and the stop is stock, too. I like this guitar as a player and would like to buy it, but I don't want to get hosed if in a few months I decide it's just not for me. How do you price these things? I don't want to get obsessive about the best bottom-feeder amount, I just want to get close if I have to dump it. I've given up thinking I can really get to know a guitar in a store, no matter how many times I try it out. The guitar might be on consignment, I didn't ask yet. I've seen some really out there prices on used stuff with people just not coming down to a reasonable price. Store owners do that too sometimes, just not as much. That's why I want to go in armed with a bit of knowledge so I can just walk away if it's one of these cases. Plus, I don't trust myself when I have GAS. Any help with this?