Well I was just forced to sell my Les Paul last week and turns out that I could probably could have held on to it. I wouldn't be buying it just to flip. I just want to know that I could get my $800 out of it or least be good trade bait.
Most of the 135s I have played had some significant flaw that prevented me from buying them. The one I finally bought had a set of Harmonic Design VP-90s in it - that was a great combination. It sounded great and played really well. But the fingerboard hadn't been leveled well before the frets were installed. It felt just fine but it looked a little sloppy.
$800 is a price that you will most likely be able to recoup should you decide to resell it. That's all I'd worry about.