I have all my EF gear on ebay right now. I sold the 24-70 in about two hours with no problem The problem is going to be the 5D Mark III. Everybody wants the shutter count... which is kind of silly for me to consider going through the ordeal of figuring out. I'm pretty sure the count is pretty low, but considering the condition (very good) I would not have thought that to be a problem. Canon will do it, but for $150. Other websites will do it, but many of them are notorious for inaccurate counts. Some are even known to have malware attached. So if I send the camera to Canon, that is -$150, then the ebay fees come up (high) I would just about have to give the camera away. Frustrating. I don't want to use a site other than Canon and then a buyer try to double check using a guesstimate website and start a row with paypal/e-bay. The lenses will sell just fine. No problem. Should I just wait for a buyer that is savvy enough to understand? One buyer wanted to knock $300 off my $999 price just because I don't have a shutter count listed. I don't want to lie. Many sellers just give a count, but I don't see any paperwork displayed proving what they have. Any ideas?