The level of desperation appears to have little relativity at the moment because where one sells 3 more appear. There are a lot more available for sale than what appears on car sales too - i recall being advised not to list mine at the time as it will only worsen the situation further. There is usually more used stock at the dealers than what is listed too. At one point a price has to be taken regardless of how desperate the sale is. It comes down to whether you want to sell or continue to hold out for a sale that in reality will never happen at that price. I recall a 2018 being sold for under 350 drive away and it had sub 1K on the odo. I also recall taking a 200K hit on mine for similar reasons that later models with equal options could be had for less and, on today's scale it would be worse. I'm so glad I bit the bullet and took the price I did. It's a case of taking the bird in the hand if you get lucky enough to have one take interest. Take your 488 or 458 into a dealer today and ask what they will pay you right here and now to get out of it you wont like what they offer you. This is why the prices are all over the place. Everyone is asking and hoping but so few are buying unless the price is sub 350 and even then aren't flying out the door. It will be worse when F8 arrives and the flippers start up again. I really feel sorry for those guys. They will be smashed. Sometimes its just best to take the price and move on and pick your loss back up on the money through other means. Bottom line is you pay a lot for these cars new and get very little back now. This can only mean these cars are way overpriced new or, they have made so many the money just isn't there on the used market to absorb the numbers least of all return an acceptable resale value and sale time frame for the guy who paid a packet new. F8 will be exactly the same.