Like everybody else here on F-chat, I browse E-Bay for Ferraris and other items of interest. Today I decided to do an advanced search of completed items AND,......ANOTHER STUPID E-BAY POLICY CHANGE!!! Apparently NOW you have to be a registered E-Bay user in order to search completed items. I have never been a registered E-Bay user but have always been able to search for any completed items in order to do research and gather price info. Not any more. It seems that every time one goes to E-Bay, they have changed something else for the 147th time in an attempt to extract even more cash, fees, credit card numbers, etc, from anybody who uses their site or would even think about using it. I know of several people who will not sell items on E-bay anymore because they now require new sellers to post a credit card number while registering. Why don't they just go ahead and block the whole site from everybody except registered users so that their precious cash flow won't drop a few cents per hour. From what I've seen, E-Bay is having a long term detrimental effect on the "real world" of collectible pricing just like collectible "price guide" books have done for years. Just because somebody sells a mint condition Widget to some buffoon on E-Bay with more money than brains, the next guy who wants to sell a $5 Widget thinks it's worth $5000. So don't bother trying to search completed Ferrari (or any other) completed E-Bay auction if you're not a registered user. What next? Hey E-Bay!!! Why don't you copyright your name "E-Bay" and require anybody who even TYPES or THINKS about E-Bay to pay you a few cents royalty fee??? I would send them a few cents for the above statements, but one of their recent policy changes requires all fees to be paid by credit card. Fat chance E-Bay! You just lost a few pennies. Cry me a river!!!